“When the Council of State wants to dictate the pace of reforms”

TRIBUNE – Recently, the Wise Men urged the government to step up the fight against global warming and felt that unemployment insurance was not suited to the economic context. Political assessments that call into question the separation of powers, believes the former minister.

Noëlle Lenoir is an honorary member of the Constitutional Council.

1is last July, at the request of the municipality of Grande-Synthe, the Council of State ordered the government to step up the fight against climate change by taking additional measures, and this, imperatively, before March 31, 2022, i.e. ten days before the first round of the presidential election. It will be, one guesses it, a major topic of debate and therefore of controversy. The Council of State in fact estimated in advance that the measures planned to reduce greenhouse gas emissions would not make it possible to achieve the 2030 objectives.

Conversely, in a judgment of 22 June, the Council of State ruled in summary proceedings, on the basis of article L.521-1 of the code of administrative justice, that the reform of unemployment benefit was going too fast and he suspended the application until further notice (scheduled for 1is July, eight days later)… This suspension is motivated by the “Uncertainties” weighing on

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