Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Reshuffle: the outstretched hand of the Prime Minister to environmentalists – Le Parisien

CM | March 31, 2015, 4:46 p.m. | Update: March 31, 2015, 7:09 p.m.

Just one year after its entry and exit at Matignon environmentalists from the government, and two days after the crushing defeat of the majority in the departmental elections, Manuel Valls again tends out to those partners who are demanding a “political shift”.

While hammering that the “cap” of reforms is maintained, the prime minister said Tuesday at the session of questions to the government in the National Assembly that “instead of environmentalists, it is in the majority, and I have already had occasion to say, it is fully in government, this was the case a year ago. ”

He was responding to the member EELV Barbara Pompili, who launched “can not change nothing!”. The elect of the Somme asked to specify particular “instead of ecology in the government road map” and “rebuild the conditions of confidence”, while environmentalists are calling for a change of course. That François Hollande, from Berlin

VIDEO. Pompili: “No one can remain inert in the first place the executive”

Main tense but under certain conditions

The head of government has argued that the majority had already “well advanced” on the ecological transition and biodiversity “with the commitment of Ségolène Royal.” “It is never about to lock up, it is to listen to each other,” he repeated. He also assured that “the door is open” and “outstretched hand” for environmentalists, who showed serious faces, as most of the PS deputies.

VIDEO. Valls: instead of environmentalists is “fully in the government”

On Tuesday morning BFMTV, Manuel Valls already had again left the door open to a possible reshuffle, and possible return of environmentalists in the executive. With some conditions, however. “If there was a pact between socialists and environmentalists,” “if they consider that it is possible to govern the economic line of ours on reforms in energy transition that we are conduct and the fight against inequality. “

QUESTION OF THE DAY. Should environmentalists go to the government?

For the Greens, the question of a return to government is still divided. Between pro-Holland, anti-Valls, return to the pro-government, which includes hostile Cécile Duflot, which has granted an interview to Le Monde charge against Manuel Valls, nothing says that the outstretched hand will be accepted . In any case, the practical work, which started on Monday between the number of the Greens, Emmanuelle Cosse and the PS, ahead laborious.

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