The president of the Parliament, Gabriel Le Senne, appeared this morning after winning the battle against Vox rebels to give his opinion on what happened these past two weeks: “I was told by the national leadership resister, and that’s what I did. I’m glad the blood didn’t reach the river.” Although an agreement was reached between the parties, he acknowledged that the Parliament “will not come out stronger” because his parliamentary group provided “a show that no one liked, and for that, I apologize to the citizens.
Le Senne explained that the reports of the Parliament’s lawyers were “fundamental” to defuse the internal crisis because they were allowed to reach an impasse: “This proves that the decision not to stop immediately is correct; contrary to what others think, the report is timely.”
“A great controversy”
Asked how he would explain what happened in these two weeks, Le Senne assured that there was “a controversy big within the group, as it happens in all parties and in companies,” but he confessed that in this case the severity was the maximum: “On this occasion it was so big that it came to light and saw the light this. It’s a bit of a hassle, but that’s it; it happened resolved, and let’s hope there are no more consequences.”
The president does not hold “any grudge” against his colleagues despite the attempt to dismiss him without consulting him and did not clarify if there were changes in the regional leadership and the parliamentary group: “I cannot say for others, but I hope we can all work professionally, seriously, with rigor, and for the benefit of the citizens.”.
In the same way, he denied the national leadership, blaming the media for this crisis: “I think the dismissal letters are serious and that they deserve the impact they have. I want to take the opportunity to thank them for their work these two weeks.”