While tens of thousands of ‘Yellow vests’ protestors make an ever louder voice against the policies of Emmanuel Macrons’ government, the French president is in desperate need of change.
Last Saturday more than 80.000 French protestors took to the streets for the 9th week in a row, making Macrons need for change more urgent every week.
In a letter to the French public, president Macron stresses that he knows life is not easy and pleads for unity and time to save the country from falling apart: “In order for hope to overcome our fear, it is necessary and legitimate that we work on the great problems of our time together.” With the aim to work on a ‘new social contract’ for ‘the nation’.
Besides the letter, Macron also announced the themes of the ‘national debate’. The exact format of this debate is not yet known, but it is suspected citizens are able to participate at their local municipalities. This debate should lead to ‘clear ideas’ which are necessary to ‘overcome the problems’ the country faces today.
For now it will remain a question if Macron will be able to persuade his electorate with this letter and his announcement of the ‘national debate’.
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