Legislative 2022. Live: the Finance Committee at the heart of the struggles in the Assembly this Thursday

8:55 am: “The police are not directed, they are self-directed”, launches François Ruffin

François Ruffin said earlier that “the Left should not be ashamed to talk about security”. On France Info, he develops: “What saddens me is where the power of mediation is. Is it the city? HLM offices? The police ? The police is a profession of the link, at the base. The problem today is that it is not directed, it is self-directed. Sometimes the police kill, of course. I’m not saying the same thing as Jean-Luc Mélenchon. But there is a big problem. »

8:51 am: “The Left must be a regulatory force” of globalization, according to François Ruffin

For François Ruffin, LFI deputy for the Somme, on France Info, “the central conflict is that around the sharing of wealth”. “The Left must be a regulating force in this globalist economy. We have to live from our work. »

8:45 am: “People don’t want bonuses or checks, they want salary” according to Jérôme Guedj

Regarding the food check, Jérôme Guedj, PS deputy for Essonne, believes, on LCI, that “people do not want bonuses or checks, they want wages and purchasing power. The first tracks are the same as the previous ones. We call for a change of gear. You just have to focus on the employees. The 18-25 year olds are largely confronted with precariousness. »

>> All about the food check paid to 9 million households here

8:40 am: for François Ruffin “Emmanuel Macron’s fund is to be the president of the rich”

François Ruffin, LFI deputy for the Somme, on France Info: “Emmanuel Macron’s fund is to be the president of the rich. It’s not going to change. »

“Marine Le Pen does not have the question of sharing in her economic programme. We are in a time when inequalities are exposing. However, she did not talk about it during her presidential campaign. There is a blind spot, which is shared by the majority. »

Who was elected to the Bureau of the Assembly?

The Bureau comprises 22 members: the President of the National Assembly, elected for the entire duration of the legislature, six vice-presidents for each delegation (communication and press, application of the status of deputy, study group and representatives of interests, international activities, artistic and cultural heritage), three quaestors, twelve secretaries.

President of the Assembly: Yaël Braun-Pivet (Renaissance)

The 6 vice-presidents: Élodie Jacquier-Laforge (Modem), Naïma Moutchou (Horizons), Valérie Rabault (PS), Caroline Fiat (LFI), Sébastien Chenu (RN), Hélène Laporte (RN).

The 3 quaestors: Éric Ciotti (LR), Marie Guévenoux and Éric Woerth (Renaissance)

The 12 secretaries: Rémy Rebeyrotte (Ensemble/Renaissance), Jean Terlier (Ensemble/Renaissance), Christophe Blanchet (Ensemble/Modem), Laurence Vichnievsky (Ensemble/Modem), Caroline Janvier (Ensemble/Renaissance), Soumya Bourouaha (Nupes/PCF), Yannick Favennec -Bécot (Ensemble/Horizons), Philippe Gosselin (LR), Pierre Morel at the Usher (UDI), Claire Pitollat ​​(Ensemble/Renaissance), Hubert Julien-Laferrière (Nupes, Ecologists) and Danielle Obono (Nupes/LFI)

8:32 am: “Of course Élisabeth Borne is weakened”, launches Robert Ménard

“Of course Élisabeth Borne is weakened, explains Robert Ménard, mayor of Béziers (without label). I saw her once in Béziers, she was arrogant. When you give a general policy speech, you ask the deputies if they agree. They will have to listen. We may not agree, but don’t call us bird names. »

8:20 a.m .: For Eric Woerth, “all those who seek to see political agreements in this know nothing about it”

Eric Woerth, Renaissance deputy and quaestor of the National Assembly, on Europe 1: “The positions are distributed in proportion, which is logical. All those who seek to see political agreements in this know nothing about it. Politics, there will be in the discussions. »

Jean-Philippe Tanguy (RN) or Eric Coquerel (LFI) on the finance committee? “I would prefer candidate LR! My lucidity imposes a principle on me: it is not up to the majority to impose its opposition. The reality is that the majority does not take part in the vote. Everyone is elected. There is a reality, the French wanted it. »

“We must be very careful about the trivialization of the RN. The majority has always been clear. Not the LRs. »

“Why always insult? I want everyone to lose their minds. But we must return to a little experience. I’m tired of people who lack character and boast of the opposite. »

8:12 am: José Gonzalez “made a very nice speech”

Asked about the speech by José Gonzalez, Dean of the Assembly, who debated with references to French Algeria: “He made a very fine speech, which greatly moved the Assembly. He is a man who was bruised to have left his land. He had no comment on the OAS. Some sorrowful spirits asked him treacherous questions afterwards. La Nupes is only looking for one thing, to create trouble everywhere. »

8:10 am: “The time is not for tampering” for RN spokesperson Laurent Jacobelli

Laurent Jacobelli, spokesperson for the RN, on Public Senate: “The time is not for tampering. Nupes doesn’t mean anything. When it suits them, it’s a consolidated group. At some point, you have to stop with this masquerade. Eric Coquerel in the finance department is a danger. I call to vote for our candidate, Jean-Philippe Tanguy. And not an extremist agitator. »

“Our deputies are worth as much as those of the other parties. We are a respectable party. Our constituents are respectable. »

7:53 a.m .: on the elected RNs at the office of the Assembly, Boris Vallaud calls for mistrust

Asked about the RN deputies elected to the office of the National Assembly, for Boris Vallaud, on France 2, “It’s not the game. There are 200 deputies who voted for the RN, when they had the choice . The standardization work of the RN is underway. We must be wary of this kind of collusion which ends dangerously. »

7:50 a.m.: “I have not given up my socialist convictions by joining forces” with Nupes, says Boris Vallaud

“I did not renounce my socialist convictions by allying myself with a left-wing group. Retirement at 65? It is the worst injustice. I will make an opposition which will make the parliamentary debate. »

7:43 am: The food check “does not respond to the difficulty of families”

Boris Vallaud, president of the PS group in the National Assembly, on France 2: “So much the better for the families who will benefit from it. But Unef tells us that every month families lose 220 euros. There, it’s 200 euros once. This does not respond to the difficulty of families. We must go further. »

>> All about the food check paid to 9 million households here

7:38 a.m .: The Abad affair, “a film with repetitions”

Asked about the Abad affair, Jean-François Rapin, senator LR, president of the European Affairs Committee replied, on Public Sénat: “It is a rehearsal film. There is an ongoing procedure. Justice will pass and we will see. He must make a decision, and the Prime Minister too. »

7:35 am: The 12 secretaries of the Assembly elected yesterday

Rémy Rebeyrotte (Ensemble/Renaissance), Jean Terlier (Ensemble/Renaissance), Christophe Blanchet (Ensemble/Modem), Laurence Vichnievsky (Ensemble/Modem), Caroline Janvier (Ensemble/Renaissance), Soumya Bourouaha (Nupes/PCF), Yannick Favennec -Bécot (Ensemble/Horizons), Philippe Gosselin (LR), Pierre Morel at the Usher (UDI), Claire Pitollat ​​(Ensemble/Renaissance), Hubert Julien-Laferrière (Nupes, Ecologists) and Danielle Obono (Nupes/LFI)

7:20 a.m .: We saw a preview of the unpublished documentary on President Macron

France 2 broadcasts this Thursday, June 30 at 9:10 p.m. A President, Europe and Waran exceptional documentary by the former presenter of Capital, Guy Lagache, on the exercise of power in times of war. All about this event in our article.

Morning guests

  • 7:30 a.m. – Public Senate: Jean-François Rapin, Senator LR, Chairman of the European Affairs Committee
  • 7:38 a.m. – France 2: Boris Vallaud, president of the PS group at the National Assembly
  • 8:00 a.m. – Public Senate: Laurent Jacobelli, spokesperson for the RN, deputy for Moselle
  • 8:13 a.m. – Europe 1: Eric Woerth, Renaissance deputy and quaestor of the National Assembly
  • 8:15 a.m. – Sud Radio: Fabien Roussel, national secretary of the PCF and deputy for the North
  • 8:30 a.m. – France info: François Ruffin, LFI deputy for the Somme
  • 8:30 a.m. – LCI: Jérôme Guedj, PS deputy for Essonne

7:07 a.m .: Borne and Parliament will discuss the Covid

Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne will meet by videoconference this Thursday afternoon with the presidents of the National Assembly, the Senate and the parliamentary groups during two parliamentary liaison committees devoted to Covid. These meetings must address in particular the bill aimed at maintaining “a monitoring and health security system” until March 2023.

The text must be examined in July, when the epidemic is experiencing a sharp rebound in France. According to a draft law, the government plans to use the health pass on arrival in France, Corsica and overseas.

7:05 am: Who will win the powerful Finance Committee?

The election scheduled for Thursday morning of the Chairman of the Finance Committee, reserved for a member of the opposition, is the subject of as much covetousness as speculation. It should be played between the deputy LFI Éric Coquerel, who counts on the votes of the whole of Nupes (in addition to the mélenchonistes, the PS, the PCF, EELV) and the deputy RN Jean-Philippe Tanguy, in search of allies to the right.

>> We explain in this article why the battle for his presidency promises to be chaotic

What to remember from Wednesday

  • In the absence of an agreement, the deputies elected the Bureau of the National Assembly in pain, the affair having quickly turned into a rat race between the left and the majority.
  • Pressed by the rebels to ask for a vote of confidence after her general policy statement on July 5, Elisabeth Borne will announce her decision “after consultations” with the various parliamentary groups.
  • On Wednesday, the Prime Minister spoke with André Chassaigne (PCF) then the leader of the RN deputies, Marine Le Pen. The meeting with Mathilde Panot (LFI) has been postponed until Thursday.
  • The Paris prosecutor’s office has opened an investigation into attempted rape after a woman’s complaint against the Minister of Solidarity Damien Abad, who continues to deny the accusations against him.
  • The leadership of the Socialist Party has suspended 79 socialist dissidents who stood in the legislative elections against Nupes. Their exclusion will be decided on a case-by-case basis.
  • After the legislative elections, 57 appeals for annulment were filed with the Constitutional Council. 10% of constituencies are the subject of a contentious situation, including that of former minister Jean-Michel Blanquer.

7 a.m .: Hello and welcome to this live dedicated to the repercussions of the legislative elections and the new parliamentary session.

Legislative 2022. Live: the Finance Committee at the heart of the struggles in the Assembly this Thursday