By Carl Meeus
CHRONICLE – Little sentences and behind the scenes of the political week, by Carl Meeus.
This article comes from “Figaro Magazine”.
The dance of numbers should last until the end of December: 38, 17, 8! 38 is the number of votes theoretically missing from Gerald Darmanin, Minister of the Interior, to have his law on immigration adopted. 17 is the number of deputies The Republicans signatories of a text published in La Tribune Sunday to stand out from the raw opposition of their president Olivier Marleix and the president of the LR, Eric Ciotti. 8 is the number of elected officials counted by Éric Ciotti and who could abstain or even vote in favor of the law. According to the interlocutors, the figures are obviously not the same. Neither do the conclusions. However, the adoption or not of the immigration bill depends on these figures. And arguments developed by everyone.
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