This proposal is also submitted upstream to the parliamentary groups consulted by Elisabeth Borne, said those around her.

“We want to provide an emergency food allowance of 100 euros per household and 50 euros per child for 9 million people and we are working in addition on a more qualitative food check to access organic, fresh and local products”, declared Mme Grégoire during a trip to La Chapelle-sur-Erdre, near Nantes.

The purchasing power bill should be presented on July 6 in the Council of Ministers.

“We have already committed 25 billion euros since October to these support measures for the French and we will put roughly the same amount in the coming months”, underlined Ms. Grégoire, also saying that she hoped the implementation put in place “at the start of the school year a specific device for large riders who are obliged to take their car to go to work”.

“While inflation is galloping, we must not trot on these subjects and we hope that the opposition will follow us,” urged Ms. Grégoire. “We are coming to the peak of inflation. The good news is that it should then come down, probably towards the end of the year and the beginning of next year.”

The government had already announced to extend at least until the end of August the fuel discount of 18 cents (in mainland France), introduced since April 1.