A minister should not go to Ibiza. Not in the midst of the fifth wave of Covid-19, not when deputies sit in Parliament to examine the bill on the vaccine pass, not when school principals are impatiently awaiting the protocol for the start of the school year.
A minister should not go to Ibiza. Jean-Michel Blanquer, uneasy, recognized it during the session of questions to the government, Tuesday, at the National Assembly. “It turns out that the place I chose, I probably should have chosen another one. The symbolism, I regret it.
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The Minister of Education thus hopes to put an end to a controversy which weakens him, and through him, perhaps even the President of the Republic…