According to an MP from Melanson, Bourne “can no longer continue to be prime minister” after yesterday’s election result and so the decision was made to submit the motion of censure on July 5.
The left-wing NUPES alliance, led by Jean-Luc Melanson, and the center-left Socialist Partywill file a motion of censure against the government of the Prime Minister of France, Elizabeth Bourneon July 5, at the new National Assembly.
Bourne will give her keynote address at the National Assembly on July 5.
According to Melanson’s “Rebellious France” MP Eric Cockerell, Bourne “can no longer be prime minister” after yesterday’s election result and so the decision was made to submit the motion of censure on 5 July.
What applies to France with the motion of censure?
A motion of censure can be tabled by opposition parties that have at least 58 deputies.
The Nupes alliance emerged as the second parliamentary force yesterday, securing 142 seats against 246 of Macron’s faction, which lost an absolute majority in the French National Assembly (it needed 289 seats).