The French president is spending a few days at Fort de Brégançon, the residence of heads of state on the Côte d’Azur. During this stay, Emmanuel Macron follows the file and prepares for the start of the school year. He is expected to return by next Saturday for the traditional televised greetings to the French.
Emmanuel Macron spends a few days at Fort Brégançon, the residence of heads of state on the Côte d’Azur, “from where he follows the files and prepares for the start of the school year”, we informed the presidency on Tuesday. “Brégançon, like the Elysée, is a place of work and crisis management”, made a point of underlining the services of the President of the Republic, who had already spent the end of year celebrations in this Var residence the years previous ones.
Back for the televised wishes to the French
The Elysee Palace did not specify where Emmanuel Macron spent the Christmas weekend, or when he arrived in Bormes-les-Mimosas, the town in Var where the famous fortress is located. The head of state should be back in Paris by Saturday, for the traditional televised wishes to the French, during the coming year. Starting with the highly sensitive pension reform, the content of which the government is due to unveil on January 10.
Among the files for the start of the new school year also describe the threat of power cuts due to the energy crisis linked to the war in Ukraine, inflation which continues to weigh on households and businesses, the continuation of labor market reforms , thinking around the end of life and those around the health system and National Education.