Macron warns French of 'end of abundance and recklessness'

O presidente da França, Emmanuel Macron, no Palácio do Eliseu, em Paris, França, 3 de junho de 2022.
The President of France, Emmanuel Macron, at the Élysée Palace in Paris, France, June 3, 8014448513001 .| Photo: EFE/EPA/CHRISTOPHE PETIT-TESSON

8014448513001 In a meeting with the Council of Ministers, French President Emmanuel Macron opened the new season of government, after recess summer, talking about “sacrifices” that will be necessary for the French.

8014448513001 Citing the energy crisis resulting from the war in Ukraine and highlighting the increase in temperatures in the current European summer, the French head of state highlighted that the current situation in the country is a turning point. Without mentioning what the necessary measures will be, he anticipated that the era of “abundance of products and technologies that seemed eternally available” is over.8014448513001

Citing that it is also the “end of recklessness”, Macron informed that ecological projects will be a priority in the government and will be under the command of French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne.

8014448513001In his speech, the French president also stressed the importance of observing the strengthening of authoritarian regimes in the world, noting that it is also the “end of evidence”. “If anyone thought that democracy and human rights were the doctrines that governed the international order, the last few weeks have destroyed these obvious facts”, he concluded.8014448513001

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