The Prime Minister “is deeply attached to the fact that the Republic must give everyone a chance,” said those around him to AFP.

Expected in the morning at the Élysée, Ms. Borne, who has still not formed her government, must then go to Les Mureaux from 2:00 p.m. She will discuss with the representatives of local and national associations “mobilized in favor of equal opportunities and the emancipation of young girls and young women”, and with some of the latter “benefiting from support mechanisms for ‘insertion,’ said Matignon in a press release.

“With this trip, the Prime Minister wanted to place her mandate under the sign of equal opportunities and more particularly the emancipation of young girls and young women”, underlines those around her. She is also “in line with her handover speech”, during which she dedicated her appointment “to all little girls”, but also of her “commitment to mentoring and young people”, a- we added.

Emmanuel Macron had himself delivered an important speech in the fall of 2020 at Les Mureaux, on Islamist separatism but also on “the promise of emancipation” of the Republic.

The former Minister of Labour, appointed Prime Minister on Monday to replace Jean Castex, which makes her the first woman to hold this post since the departure of Edith Cresson in 1992, continued Wednesday to consult all over the place to form her government, just over three weeks before the first round of the June 12 legislative elections.