Perhaps Elizabeth Bourne did not expect such a muscular intervention. On Wednesday 19 April, at the end of a meeting with young people in Matignon, the Prime Minister listened to a 21-year-old student, Nina Fleury, double punch lines against the government. “What you’re doing is social disrespect.”In particular, she fired the one that benefited from carte blanche after winning a rhetoric contest, the response of which was widely reported on social media. His speech can be seen in the video at the top of this article.
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Without getting complicated, the young woman also reminded her eldest that she had “the trio” of his age before telling him in a tone of reproach: “You were 41 years older than me to understand and learn to listen.” Or again, about the strong abstention of young people in the second round of the last presidential election: “ We abstained so as not to choose between the plague and cholera – A reference to the recent statements of the Minister of the Interior, Gerald Darmanin, regarding a hypothetical duel between Jean-Luc Mélenchon and Marine Le Pen.
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“I took the opportunity to say what was on my heart.”
“There are young people who would make excellent ministers.”Finally said Nina Fleury-Panel to an audience that sometimes seemed surprised, like government spokesperson Olivier Ferrand. “We will build a new world, we will build the world of tomorrow, and we ask you today not to stand in your way.”
You will understand that expression is free.replied Elizabeth Bourne, who kept smiling almost the entire time.
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“After I saw this opportunity to address the Prime Minister, I took it to say what was on my heart.”
Watch the full sequence in the video at the top of this page.