Elisabeth Borne, the Prime Minister of France survives her no-confidence motion on Monday, which was sponsored by the hard-left opposition.
289 yes votes would have needed but was backed out by 146 of the National Assembly’s 577 deputies after 3 hours of debate.
The France Unbowed(LFI) party brought against Borne, but she came out of the danger, when the other opposition parties ruled out backing even before she voted.
Borne accused LFI for diverting parliamentary time of important topics during the debate.
“Ladies and Gentlemen, today could be working for the good of the French people,” Borne told the parliament ahead of the vote.
“Instead, we ate debating a no-confidence vote that is based on my alleged intentions, and that stands in the way of parliament’s work and therefore of the wish of the French people,” she said.
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