“A law that turns its back on the 149 proposals of the Convention”
While the Minister of Ecological Transition Barbara Pompili, former EELV, praised from the platform a “real global shift, which will make ecology a daily reality”, by modifying “our lifestyles”, the chief leader of the rebels, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, immediately rejected the text, pointing out its shortcomings. “What matters is less what you propose to do, than what you decide not to do,” he said.
The left and the ecologists, like the deputy Delphine Batho, also castigates a text which lacks ambition and which unravel the measures of the Convention. “The bill turns its back on the 149 proposals of the Citizen’s Climate Convention,” she argues.
“A punitive ecology”
The right, for its part, which has tabled the most amendments, several of which aim to delete articles, denounces a punitive ecology. “For us, it is a bill which is only an artifice of communication. It is riddled with symbolic, redundant or inapplicable measures. It does not take into account the economic context”, notes the deputy LR Julien Aubert.
As for the FN, its presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, defends a protectionist vision of ecology. “The French have only one choice, that of undergoing. On the one hand, the globalists who impose on them a free trade treaty, wind turbines … And on the other, the ukases of anti-all ideologists,” he said. she regretted it in the podium.
High-risk debates for the executive therefore, which relies on one of the last major texts of the five-year term to green its record.
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