Jean-Marc Ayrault, "Matignon, this is not Hell"
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Jean-Marc Ayrault, "Matignon, this is not Hell"

Paris : France | Oct 23, 2012 at 9:56 PM PDT
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The Prime Minister assured that feels good in his role in an interview with La Depeche du Midi Tuesday. And tackle the transition ministers who "often play their own music."

Criticized, challenged, but not depressed. Jean-Marc Ayrault ensures being Prime Minister is not a "hell" even if some members of the government are "their own partition at the risk of undermining the authority of the conductor," in an interview published Tuesday by La Depeche du Midi. An allusion to the ministers who tend to initiate discussions at any cost, as Vincent Peillon with cannabis last week.

"Matignon, this is not hell contrary to what they say," said the Prime Minister. "But it's heavy, demanding and exciting," he says, explaining that the President shall "strategy, priorities" and "trace prospects" while the Prime Minister is "the conductor of a team "consisting of" many musicians. "

"All this must work together with one goal: put France back on track," says Jean-Marc Ayrault. But "some musicians often play their own music at the risk of undermining the authority of the conductor," he laments, attributing this trend to the fact that the left has long been in opposition.

"I think this is going to calm down," he says, however. "The French do not like when a particular musician orchestra indulges play wrong notes. Whether different sensitivities, this is normal. But when you're in government, there only one partition, the government, "he said. "What counts is the general interest."

"The site was launched competitiveness"

In addition, the Prime Minister defended being trapped by the Welsh report on competitiveness must be submitted to the government on November 5 and according to Le Figaro propose lowering social contributions 30

gloriacalzita is based in Quezon, Central Luzon, Philippines, and is a Stringer for Allvoices.
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