It would seem, according to Le Monde, that there is a rififi at Matignon. The starting pots are linked, starting with that of the director of cabinet of Élisabeth Borne, followed by those of four “heads of pole” and several advisers. Some do not hesitate to question the character, let’s say, rash of the Prime Minister, which would make it difficult to say the least to work under her orders. For others, like the deputy (Renaissance) Marc Ferracci, the problem is elsewhere: “There is a moment of hesitation. Everyone is hanging on to an expected reshuffle. But that will be settled as soon as we have regained political legibility. »
Ah. All right. Great. And, uh, what do we do to regain political legibility? And first of all, where do we find it, political legibility? Do we know where she is? Are there specialists in political legibility able to unearth it, wherever it is, to reinstall it where it should be? And what would it be, concretely, a political readability as readable as it is political, compared to the political illegibility which, if I understood correctly, currently reigns at the top? In any case, the main thing is that everything “will be settled” as soon as we find this rascal of political readability, rolls Raoul, dark Alphonse, no more “fluttering”, finished the starting pots. French, French, let’s burn a candle with political legibility. She would be nice to show up.