So, the executive branch is hijacked by a new case… Caroline Caillieu, Delegate Minister in charge of local government, was forced to submit her resignation to the head of state during a phone interview this Sunday evening, according to our information, after doing so in person with Elizabeth Born. Discussed? Not the controversy that followed his appointment at the very beginning of last summer.
This resignation will be due to a disagreement with the Higher Directorate of Public Life (HATVP) over his asset declaration. The news should be framed in the near future in a press release from the Elysee Palace. Dominique Faure, currently Secretary of State in charge of rural areas, could be his successor.
She smiled at Macron again last week.
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“Caroline is resigning so she can better defend herself and not get in the way of government action,” support blows. It prevents. This is not to say that this case came at the most inopportune moment: just four short days after our newspaper exposed the start of two investigations by the National Financial Prosecutor’s Office into the intervention of consulting firms in the affairs of Emmanuel Macron. The election campaigns of 2017 and 2022…
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Last week, Caroline Kaye was still walking with all her smiles next to the head of state in the bays of the Salon des Maires after months spent making people forget the lively debate that accompanied his first months as minister. Weakened from the start, she also privately expressed a desire (pious?) to succeed in making people forget her shocking remarks made in mid-July through her actions.
Two disputes, and then leaves …
When asked by the Public Senate about her past fight against marriage for all — she then called it a “whim” and “a discovery of the law, disrespectful of nature and senseless” — former Beauvais mayor Caroline Caillet defended herself, arguing that “there are many friends among these people.”
This caused the anger of part of the government and the majority, despite the regrets expressed by the person concerned in the pages of our newspaper. “There is no one in the group who can support Kaye’s comments or defend her. She will have nothing to do with us. And it will even have a hostile attitude on the part of some,” the manager warned in a tone of exile, when others internally lamented that this dispute was “escalating”.
It was unknown, but at the time, faced with the magnitude of the outrage, Caroline Kaye was also considering resigning. Now it’s done, but not for the same reason.