Macron has a very light vision of the obligations of his office – Liberation


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As early as 2007, the services had asked to ban cellphones at the Elysee Palace. However, Emmanuel Macron surfs on WhatsApp and Telegram messaging loops and sends private messages to his relatives, like any citizen.

He was criticized for his lack of transparency, he who refused to reveal his payslips of the Elysee and who did not publish a health bulletin, even when he was contaminated with Covid-19. But oh surprise, Emmanuel Macron apparently did an about-face and engaged in secret for total transparency. This surprising frankness, it is true, was not intended to inform the French, the beneficiaries being the Moroccan secret services, and undoubtedly a few others as well; but at least this is a first step. We may never know if the Moroccan secret services have succeeded in sucking all the contents of Emmanuel Macron’s laptop, but we already know enough to understand that this president, like his predecessors, has a very light vision of the obligations of his function. As early as 2007, the services had asked to ban cellphones at the Elysee. Can we imagine Vladimir Poutine, former colonel of the KGB, talking to his advisers on his iPhone? You know it’s very wrong to listen to others, says Rosine in The Barber of Seville, and Figaro answers very correctly: “Yet that’s all there is to hearing well.”

Emmanuel Macron’s relatives now explain that the President scrupulously switched to a secure phone when his conversations were in the fundamental interests of the nation. Unfortunately, as every intelligence officer knows, this separation is impossible in the long run. But he is a modern President, we are told, and he loves talking to his ministers from his cell phone, surfing WhatsApp and Telegram messaging loops and sending private messages to his relatives, like any citizen. How could he give it up? We will notice all the same that he got used to being driven in a limousine, to being served at all hours and to living in a palace, even if he loved before his election to take the metro or eat a still hot baguette from the city. bakery. The damage is done. The least the President can do now is acknowledge it.


Source: Libération by www.liberation.fr.

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