Entertainment Europe: the new battle of the rule of law

12:35  20 january  2022
12:35  20 january  2022 Source:   lemonde.fr

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against the attacks which aim to undermine the European construction carried by the illiberal regimes and those who defend the primacy of French law, Emmanuel Macron multiplies the proposals, but It often lacks allies.

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ELU President in 2017 by posting a strong European belief, Mr. Macron wants to capitalize on this acquis. Five years marked by the health crisis, the climate urgency and the rise of international tensions have demonstrated, beyond the games, that Europe was the right level to protect themselves from a dangerous world. From the revival plan to immunization policy, the EU has overcome its divisions, to be reactive and support Member States.

But during the same period, marked by the American decline, the rise of China and the aggressiveness of Russia, its vulnerabilities, particularly in terms of defense, proved to be revealed. By evoking "the return of tragic", emphasizing again on the construction of a "European sovereignty", Emmanuel Macron broke up with his optimism of five years ago. Its Europhilie is in the diapason of the concern of the French.

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Total turnaround

His opponents, too, have evolved. He is no longer a one to argue the exit of the euro or question the treaties. Since the inflammate debates around the Maastricht Treaty, in 1992, it is a total turnaround, a point marked by the EU, which has changed its policies where Brexit plays for the moment as a repulse.

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the battle is not won. It is played more insidiously around the rule of law, "our treasure", that Marine Le Pen, Eric Zemmour and part of the right seek to call into question by defending the primacy of French law on European law, especially in immigration, become the big fixing abscess. This is where the fears who nourishes populism, there is the fracture in the Union between liberal democracies and illiberal regimes like Hungary.

Emmanuel Macron took note of this offensive that aims to undermine the interior European construction, but it does not have all weapons to reduce it. If he is at the forefront of the fight for the defense of liberal democracy, if he now proposes to integrate the right to abortion and the protection of the environment in the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU, It does not advocate the dialogue with Viktor Orban.

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A common asylum and immigration policy would reduce tensions, but the advanced French presidency are limited . It is the Achilles' heel of the French president: he has a great ambition, keeps new proposals on the table, but often lacks allies to make them realize them.

These are these allies who have been lacking to support his failed dialogue initiative with Russia in 2019. In the current highly tense context on Ukraine, Mr Macron rebuks an attempt: to develop "between Europeans and with NATO" Proposals for de-escalation and submit them to negotiation with Moscow. A too vague proposal that will probably face the reluctance of the most Atlantist allies

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