Yaël Braun-Pivet reframes Louis Boyard, who denounces the “fixing” of debates in Parliament

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BERTRAND GUAY / AFP

Yaël Braun-Pivet, President of the National Assembly (illustration).

POLITICS – Friday January 20, 11:15 p.m. The rebellious deputy Louis Boyard explains on BFMTV the strategy of his group in the National Assembly to oppose the pension reform. ” We will be force of proposal, and we will table proposed amendments “, assures the elected representative of Val de Marne, who nevertheless says to himself” not naive on the outcome of the discussions led by the majority.

But it is the result of his intervention that is controversial today.

The debates in Parliament will be rigged by the fact that they have an agreement with LR, and that they will meet after the passage in the Senate, in a joint committee, in a small chamber behind closed doors, and they will choose themselves the amendments they want “, lamented Louis Boyard, thus describing a legislative course manipulated and whose outcome is known in advance.

A way to reduce Parliament to a chamber for recording government projects and a vocabulary suggesting that parliamentary debate is misguided, which made the President of the National Assembly, Yaël Braun-Pivet, jump.

A majority vote in Parliament is never a ‘fix’. It is the very principle of our democracy, the one that makes you live and that you should strive to make live in return “, scolded the deputy of Yvelines.

Before the President of the Assembly, several elected officials (and not only members of Renaissance) also denounced the words of Louis Boyard. ” Says the one who belongs to a party where the decisions of appointment and allocation of responsibilities are decreed ‘unanimously’ without a vote and therefore… rigging “for example, tackled the LR deputy from Aisne Julien Dive.

What indecency these remarks of a living room revolutionary. He must surely be confused with his student GAs where 30 cranks prevented 2,000 others from studying. “Added his colleague LR du Nord, Pierre-Henri Dumont.

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