Canada Management of Covid-19 by the executive: "The French are lost", according to Jean-Pierre Jouyet

21:15  08 october  2020
21:15  08 october  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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Criticism certainly has a different scope than those usually received by Emmanuel Macron for six months: guest from Europe 1 , Thursday evening, Jean-Pierre Jouyet, former close to the current head of state when he was deputy secretary general of François Hollande , tackled the management of the coronavirus crisis by the executive. A tackle addressed to his former protégé at the Elysee Palace, with whom he no longer has contact and about which he evokes an "emotional injury".

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"I understand all the difficulties that there may have been", concedes Jean-Pierre Jouyet, who publishes L'Envers du décor on Thursday ( éditions Albin Michel), account of his very long political life. "But what I see is that the French are lost. There is a certain anxiety in French society, with a growing gap between politicians and citizens."

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With Sarkozy and Hollande, "that decided"

The former secretary general of the Élysée Palace also pinpoints the ambition of the stimulus plan brandished by the government: "We have not come out of the economic and financial crisis, since the sums at stake are much more of the order of compensation, of compensation, than of relaunching new projects. "

During his political career, Jean-Pierre Jouyet served four heads of state: Jacques Chirac, Nicolas Sarkozy, François Hollande and Emmanuel Macron. The last three have experienced major crises during their five-year term: the 2008 financial crisis for Nicolas Sarkozy, the attacks in 2015-2016 for François Hollande and the Covid-19 in 2020 for Emmanuel Macron. "With Sarkozy, it decided. With Hollande, too. We did not wait and we decided. On the Covid, there were still some procrastination and Edouard Philippe was fortunately sometimes more clear" than Emmanuel Macron, according to Jean-Pierre Jouyet.

Macron, more to the right

The one who was French ambassador to the United Kingdom from 2017 to 2019 finally regrets the ideological evolution of Emmanuel Macron, which emerged during the socialist five-year term. "I have always known him as a man of the social-democratic left, not approving of my going to Nicolas Sarkozy. In view of what are the trends in French society, he tries to rally on his right. Undoubtedly, this is not the person I knew in the 2010s. "

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