French President Emmanuel Macron said during a cabinet meeting, announcing the economic situation: “We are living at the end of an era of abundance (…) I think what we are witnessing is a great change or a great upheaval.” Climate crises and the crisis of democracy.
President Macron chaired the Cabinet after his recess.
We are essentially living at the end of an era of abundance, and we have to bear the economic consequences. This is the end of the products and technologies that have always seemed available to us; The chains of goods will be broken…we’ll have to make arrangements – said the head of state.
Macron appealed to the French’s sense of sacrifice by repeating his warnings from Purmes les Mimosas on Friday when he called on the French to accept “the price of our freedom and our values”.
The French president also indicated that he was following The erosion of democracy and the international order, and we will face the “climate crisis and its repercussions.”which are “visible” and even “new threats” such as the dangers of the Internet.
In the face of this great change, our citizens may react with great concern Macron warned.
When faced with such fears and challenges, it is sometimes easy to promise and say it all. Let us not succumb to these temptations and demagoguery – The president concluded by warning also of the government crisis in his country.
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