For the first session of questions to the government, the atmosphere was electric in the hemicycle

Victor Chabert, edited by Thibault Nadal

Present this Tuesday at the National Assembly for the first session of questions to the government, the ministers were strongly heckled by the RN and the Nupes. Faced with this unprecedented situation, which saw several ministers taken to task, the majority showed the first signs of annoyance, even nervousness.

In the Assembly, this Tuesday afternoon, the ministers were manhandled. They were heckled by the RN and the Nupes, provoking several virulent calls to order from President Yaël Braun-Pivet, as when Olivier Grégoire was questioned. “If you ask questions and you don’t listen to the answers, I don’t really see the point of the session,” she shouted to boos from the Chamber. The Minister, very annoyed following her response, signaled to her colleagues that she could not hear herself speak. She even left the hemicycle.

All ministers heckled

But she is not the only one to have been abused. The Minister of Health, François Braun, has opted for the technique of not leaving his files. “In any event, I undertake, within the framework of the current examination of the empty bill, to give a meeting point on the basis of the information report that you were due in the Committee on laws in the fall,” he explained in a deafening hubbub.

The government shows the first signs of annoyance

The majority of ministers went to the desk on Tuesday, but for government heavyweights, like Gérald Darmanin or Gabriel Attal, the exercise was obviously simpler. They have multiplied the passes of arms with the opposition. This Tuesday evening, the discussion continues on the health bill, but the hemicycle remains very agitated. This is even beginning to weigh on the nerves of the majority, who are multiplying the signs of nervousness when we are only at the very beginning of this legislature.


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