After Edouard Philippe who boycotted the government's questions in the Senate, and Benjamin Griveaux who spoke of a "politically low and morally very serious" act, it is now
Emmanuel Macron to comment on the decision of the High Assembly
who took legal action in the Benalla case. The President of the Republic spoke on Friday in Brussels, "a political approach" from the Senate.
"I am attached to the fact that, when I am outside our borders, I do not express myself on national subjects, with the exception of exception and special justification, but all the more so when it comes to political action, I do not have no comment to make, "said the President of the Republic.
The head of state called for "the spirit of gathering"
"It's the French political life, it's not my role to comment on it in the moment that our country lives," he also said. "We must be each and everyone at the right height that gives us the history of the country, our institutions will never lose that," said the head of state also calling for "the spirit of gathering."
The Senate has chosen Thursday to seize justice not only the case of the former collaborator of the Elysee
Alexandre Benalla, but also
those of three senior officials of the presidency, decision lived as a declaration of war by the presidential majority.