These are the three “emergencies” that the government must tackle: purchasing power, health and the climate. Friday, May 27, the Prime Minister, Elisabeth Borne, held a working meeting with her ministers and set “three watchwords”: “speed, efficiency and results”. “The first weeks of our action must be devoted to responding to the emergencies of the French,” pleaded the Prime Minister after a two-hour meeting at Matignon with the entire government.
Taking office in mid-May in a context of high inflation, Elisabeth Borne has set three priorities, starting with purchasing power, which will give rise to measures as soon as parliamentary work resumes after the legislative elections (June 12 and 19 ). “We agreed that there should be neither forgotten nor blind spots. In addition to retirees, employees, the self-employed, public officials, I asked my ministers to pay particular attention to students”, added underlined Elisabeth Borne in front of the press. “Emergency laws for purchasing power will be the first texts of this five-year term. They will be examined by the Assembly as soon as it resumes its work”, detailed the Prime Minister.