PARIS (Reuters) - Jean-Marc Ayrault dryly delivered to Vincent Peillon not reaffirming Monday that the French government does not dépénaliserait cannabis, recalling his ministers to concentrate on their mission to better defend government policy. The Prime Minister and wanted to turn the controversy caused by Sunday about his Minister of Education for a debate on the decriminalization as a way to fight against trafficking in cities. Vincent Peillon statements have angered the right, who denounced debate "irresponsible" and called on the Executive to resolve the issue as soon as possible. Decriminalization "is not the position of the government or the President of the Republic," recalled Jean-Marc Ayrault Monday during a trip to Loire-Atlantique. "Ministers to focus on the mission which is theirs, and when they speak on television or radio, must defend both the policy of the department and government policy, and nothing else. They are not commentators, "he added. The Prime Minister said that Vincent Peillon had called in the morning to express his regrets. The Ministry of Education said in a statement that the remarks constituted a "personal reflection" which does not violate its "total solidarity and complete" the government's position. "Cacophony" The Minister of the Interior Manuel Valls supported Jean-Marc Ayrault during a trip. "When I see the damage that cannabis causes in the neighborhoods, I say that this is a struggle, a war that should not suffer any weakness," he told St. Cyr -au-Mont-d'Or, in the suburbs of Lyon. "I do not want to get into a debate that has already been decided by the President of the Republic," he said on the sidelines of the ceremony of the fortieth anniversary of the founding of GIPN police unit of elite. This episode expands the list of remarks ups and other personal positions on the marriage of persons of the same sex and the target of 3% deficit for example, expressed by members of the government or socialist leaders, forcing the executive, particularly Jean-Marc Ayrault, many developed. "Once again the cacophony government is at work in an area where all parents expect of France seriousness, authority," said in a statement the former Prime Minister, François Fillon Vincent Peillon "committed a debate that goes against the school's respect and authority should be put in place," the presidential candidate of the UMP. A debate on the decriminalization of cannabis had already divided the socialist government in early June, after the favorable position expressed by the Minister of Housing Cécile Duflot, national secretary while Europe Ecologie-Les Verts (EELV). Many voices were raised to deplore the stimulus debate by Vincent Peillon. "Never seen before! A Minister of National Education irresponsible preached the decriminalization of cannabis. Which impact on school?" Is questioned and Twitter Valérie Pécresse, former Budget Minister François Fillon and support in the race to the head of the UMP. CALL FOR THE RESIGNATION For the secretary general of the UMP, Jean-Francois Cope, who had summoned François Hollande settle the question before the development of the Prime Minister, this episode raises the question of maintaining Vincent Peillon government. "There are issues on which it is sufficient to do anything," he said on France Info, highlighting the "ravages" of cannabis on health, particularly among young people. The UMP Lionel Luca, leader of the Right People, for its part, calls for the resignation of a minister who has taken him as the "white line". Asked on RTL, the former Minister of Economy, Baroin, discussed a debate "irresponsible" and "threatening". Vincent Peillon, however, received the support of the environmentalist Denis Baupin, Vice President of the National Assembly, which called on its approach to Europe 1 "courageous." EELV supports the decriminalization of cannabis. Jean-Michel Baylet, president of the Radical Party of the Left, claiming in a statement "a real debate on cannabis in France." Accoyer, UMP deputy and former President of the Assembly, for its part, proposes the creation of a fact-finding mission "parliamentary" on school effects, psychosocial, and, in some cases, psychiatric cannabis use by young ".