Macron finds elitist tag hard to shake, but he has the upper hand
Much of France is sceptical, but a divided opposition makes the president’s aim of disrupting traditional politics easier
Sipping coffee at dawn near the French parliament, Adrien Taquet pondered his friend Emmanuel Macron’s first six months as president. Just as the centrist, pro-business French leader prefers the word “transformation” to the loaded word “reform” – which has always sparked political rows in France – Taquet said the pace of “structural change” in France was so “staggering”, it might seem hard to follow. “As soon as we finish one thing, there are already another two things on the table,” he smile...
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