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Elisabeth Borne wants a “compromise” with LR but rules out any referendum

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Elisabeth Borne reached out to the Republicans (LR) on immigration on Thursday, calling for a “compromise”, while ruling out the possibility of a referendum requested on the right. Asked about the advisability of a citizens’ convention, the Prime Minister especially emphasized her desire to discuss with the opposition on the subject.

Elisabeth Borne reached out to the Republicans (LR) on immigration on Thursday, calling for a “compromise”, while ruling out the possibility of a referendum requested on the right. Asked about the advisability of a citizens’ convention, the Prime Minister assured France 2 that “today we especially want to have discussions with the opposition, and in particular the groups Les Républicains in the Assembly and the Senate, for find a compromise”.

A compromise “this is not all that everyone would have wanted to do if they had had the hand alone, but to find a text which could bring together a majority”, however warned Ms. Borne, who announced a report to the fall of this bill.

“Recourse to a referendum is now the only solution”

She then questioned Les Républicains who “still have to release a common line” between the Senate and the Assembly. LR immediately responded by announcing a future bill on the subject. “Recourse to a referendum is now the only solution”, revealed its president Eric Ciotti.

On this point Ms. Borne revealed Thursday that “we must move forward, that we are not in the posture but in effective responses” with a “balanced and unique” text. As for the possible use of 49.3 to pass the text without a vote, “I do not exclude anything”, assured the head of government. But “my objective on this text, as on the 24 which have already been adopted since the start of the legislature, is to find majorities”, she insisted.

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