Motion of censure: “The LR deputies have never been for sale”, the tackle from Marleix to Bardella
The answer, in a few characters, is incisive. Friday, three days before the debate on motions of censure against the government in the National Assembly, against a backdrop of decried pension reformthe leader of the LR deputies, Olivier Marleix, sent the president of the National Rally back to the ropes.
While Jordan Bardella had, on the set of the program “Touche pas à mon poste”, appealed to LR deputies in order to reach an agreement “in the event of the dissolution of the National Assembly”, the deputy for Eure- et-Loir replied to him on Twitter: “The Republican deputies have never been for sale, neither yesterday, nor today, nor tomorrow. »
“In the event of the dissolution of the National Assembly, the National Rally will not present candidates in the constituencies where the LR deputies will vote, with us, censure against the government”, promised Jordan Bardella in a message posted on Twitter, in resuming the video sequence of his visit to Cyril Hanouna.
“Le Pen will vote hand in hand with the far revolutionary left”
He also called on “all opposition movements” to “put the interests of the French (…) before the interests of political parties”. “I know that there are a lot of people in the Republicans, on the right, who are hesitating today”, proclaimed the RN deputy on C8, sweeping aside the accusations of columnists accusing him of “buying votes “. ” I say stop bigotry “, he defended himself.
On the LR side, since the executive’s recourse to 49.3 on Thursday, Olivier Marleix has constantly repeated that his party, which has around sixty deputies, “will not table a motion of censure” and “will not join any”.
While the oppositions are calling on the members of the National Assembly to overthrow the government, two motions were tabled on Friday and will be put to the vote of parliamentarians on Monday. If, among the elected LR “three, four, five” want to vote for it “it is their responsibility”, added Olivier Marleix. “On Monday, Marine Le Pen will vote hand in hand with the revolutionary far left”, he tweeted this Saturday morningabout the upcoming vote.