Since being appointed head of government, succeeding Jean Castex, Élisabeth Borne has had to face a lot of criticism, especially since the passage of the pension reform. She presented, this Wednesday, April 26, the roadmap wanted by Emmanuel Macron for the hundred days of “appeasement” and “action”. Many topics were discussed, including immigration, work and health. Nevertheless, inflation seems to be the most current topic, deserving concrete solutions. This is why the Prime Minister was the guest of Thomas Sotto on France 2, this Thursday morning.

During this interview for the program “Four Truths”, Elisabeth Borne confirmed her desire to save the expenses of the French, especially in the food sector. It was the Minister of the Economy Bruno Le Maire, who initially reached out to manufacturers and large retailers. Despite this initiative, nothing has changed since this letter of April 6. Negotiations were strongly expected subject to a summons for all these representatives to Bercy, at the end of May. Time passes, but unfortunately, only one observation stands out: nothing is changing.

Élisabeth Borne wanted to add to the remarks of her minister on the set of Antenne 2: “The Minister of the Economy Bruno Le Maire said it, we ask, as soon as the prices of raw materials have fallen, to reopen We expect that in the coming weeks these negotiations will reopen between manufacturers and large retailers to effectively pass on these falls in raw materials. I hope that this will be seen as soon as possible, by the end of June , that we can have concrete, tangible reductions for the French,” she said.

Find in our slideshow below, the 5 key statements of this speech by the head of government, this Thursday, April 27 on France 2.