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Macron: il 54% per cento francesi non crede riuscirà a mantenere impegni primi 100 giorni

Le sue proposte in materia di terrorismo e semplificazione registrano un gradimento ampio
fonte: ilVelino/AGV NEWS/Sputnik
di red/ilp

Il presidente francese Emmanuel Macron non sarà in grado di attuare tutte le riforme promesse nei primi 100 giorni all’Eliseo. Almeno secondo una rilevazione di Odoxa in base alla quale il 54 per cento dei francesi non crede che Macron sarà in grado di mantenere i suoi impegni. Particolarmente scettici naturalmente i sostenitori di Marine Le Pen: solo il 14 per cento di loro pensa che manterrà le promesse fatte durante la campagna presidenziale. Tuttavia la rilevazione ha mostrato che le sue proposte godono di un sostegno piuttosto esteso: nel caso della proposta di un coordinamento antiterrorismo il gradimento è pari all’88%. Piace anche l’idea di semplificare le norme per le imprese e sulla responsabilità da parte della pubblica amministrazione. Meno gradite le idee di Macron sul lavoro, specie per quel che riguarda l’idea di limitare la responsabilità delle aziende.

French President-elect Emmanuel Macron will not be able to carry out all of his reforms, as he had promised, in the first 100 days of his presidency, according to 54 percent of the French, a poll showed on Tuesday. According to the Odoxa poll, the supporters of En Marche! movement founded by Macron and the Socialist Party are most optimistic about the future president’s ability to conduct all planned reforms, with 89 and 70 percent among them believing that he will succeed. The supporters of the National Front, whose candidate Marine Le Pen, lost to Macron in the presidential run-off on Sunday, have proven the most skeptical about Macron’s ability to fulfill his campaign promises, with only 14 percent among them believing him capable of it. The survey showed that most measures proposed by Macron were supported by the respondents, with a special coordination intelligence cell to facilitate fight against terrorism backed by 88 percent. According to the poll, 81 percent of the respondents backed the law simplifying regulations for businesses and the same percentage was in favor of the law for the accountability in public sphere. The new regulation that would favor union agreements in separate companies or in certain fields over union agreements on the national level is supported by 62 percent of the respondents, and so is the introduction of administrative leeway for businesses. The cap on the damages that can be accorded over a labor law dispute, thus reducing risks for the companies, was backed only by 46 percent.