Mr Macron started a national debate to determine the cause of the rebellion and on April 25, 2019, announced for the first time that his alma mater will be eliminated. It was a powerful symbolic gesture. But met with opposition, and two years passed without any follow-up, it seemed that ENA finally managed to survive.
Earlier this year, during a visit to Nantes, the President announced a program called “Talents” designed to ensure that when it comes to elite schools for high-level public service positions, “there are no children from our republic. Anyone ever said this wasn’t for me. ”
Among the measures announced at the time were the determination of multiple venues per year at the ENA for students from disadvantaged backgrounds, particularly depressing programs in large suburbs with a high concentration of Muslim immigrants. Thursday̵7;s statement made it clear the program would continue at the new institution.
Macron emphasized the modernization of the French state by pushing for the elimination of excessive bureaucracy and creating more efficient and efficient public services. It’s a work in progress.
The president has been criticized for focusing on his power in drawing voters to the right of the political spectrum in a bid to tackle challenges from right-wing leader Marine Le Pen. In that context, honoring the decision in the first place in response to the yellow vest movement and aimed at fostering greater social mobility and diversity in senior state posts was vital.
“Among the major problems in France, there is one thing that you have to realize every day: the complete fracture between the foundations of society – the working people, the retired people, the unemployed, the young, the students and the supposed aristocracy,” said Francois. Macron’s political ally Bayrou told France Inter radio.