Olivia Grégoire was invited on franceinfo this Thursday morning to give more details as to the time available to the opposition parties to clarify their line.

“It will be necessary to clarify in the coming days the share of responsibility and cooperation that the different formations of the National Assembly are ready to take”, said Emmanuel Macron Wednesday evening during his televised address, leaving two days for the opposition parties to position themselves.

“Tomorrow (Thursday) and Friday, I will represent you at the European Council. We will examine in particular the decisive question of Ukraine’s application for membership of our European Union and the geopolitical context. As soon as I return, in the light from the first choices of the first expressions of the political groups of our National Assembly, we will begin to build this method and this new configuration”added the head of state.

Disagree with the RN

This morning, on franceinfo, government spokeswoman Olivia Grégoire indicated that Emmanuel Macron “is waiting to know what are the red lines of the oppositions” while emphasizing the fact that“there is no no ultimatum or 48-hour question”. “He opened the beginning of compromises” she pointed out.

The government spokeswoman also insisted on rejecting any agreement in the National Assembly with the National Rally for the time being. “The president of the Republic reaches out to all those who want to move the country forward”for Olivia Grégoire. “Nope”the government is not going to seek the votes of the RN. “It’s the same thing” with La France insoumise.

\ud83d\udde3 Speech by E. Macron \u27a1\ufe0f “He is waiting to find out what the red lines of the oppositions are. I want to be very clear: there is no ultimatum or 48-hour question,” said government spokeswoman Olivia Grégoire. “He opened the beginning of compromises.” pic.twitter.com/M6dVPxKtWH

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