Minister Ard Philippe has resigned as Prime Minister of France

French Prime Minister Dowd Philippe has resigned from his government after seeing the country through a coronavirus pandemic.    The Elys పe Palace has announced that Philip has submitted his resignation to the government, but will remain head of the interim government until President Emanuel Macron has re-designed and named his successor.


French Prime Minister Dowd Philippe has resigned from his government after seeing the country through a coronavirus pandemic.


The Elys పe Palace has announced that Philip has submitted his resignation to the government, but will remain head of the interim government until President Emanuel Macron has re-designed and named his successor.

In the reorganization of a French government, the prime minister submitted his resignation before new Cabinet appointments, but could still be renamed. Increasingly popular, Philip could be recruited.

The Elys ప్రకటనe statement read: "Mr. Edward Philip today presented his resignation to the President of the Republic who accepted the Government. Together with other members of the Government to resolve the current affairs until the new Government nomination."

Covid-19 turned to Philip during the crisis to explain it, and Macron painted the big picture. During press conferences, Philip looked calm, assertive, and serious as he considered the lockdown rules and other unpopular rules during a health emergency.

His popularity has grown as much as Macron's, with recent polls showing Phillip standing between 33% and 39%, with the president believing more than half of Filipino voters.

49-year-old Philip was appointed in 2017 after Macron's presidential election victory. At the time he was a member of the Center-owned Les Republics (LR) party. He left the LR but did not join the Governor Saint La Repubblica en marche.

The announcement came just days after Philip was re-elected with the majority of the mayor. Since the end of France's two-month-long shut down in May, there have been frequent reports that Macron has changed his government to reboot his presidency, and there have been rumors that Philip will replace him as prime minister.

Prior to last Sunday's local elections, environmental science candidates had a strong conflict, with Jerome Fourquet of Pollution suggesting the iPop that Macron should be mindless to dump his popular prime minister, as it would Philip as a future presidential opponent.

In 2017, Macron dissolved France's traditional right and left parties and severely damaged both, a situation that the LR and party socialists failed to recover from. Fourth Rocket National Election (RN) Marine Le Pen is widely believed to be in the second round of the 2022 presidential election, so Macron has to get the support of the right voters, Fourquet said.

He said: "During the coronavirus crisis people were more aggressive than Philip. There was a difference in policy and style, and Philip was practical, serious, and gave him confidence. The French made him speak like an adult. De Gaulle tried to play with his talk of adopting and 'waging war on the virus', but it didn't work, meaning he feels disconnected and remote.

"The trouble for Macron is that Philip is not only popular, but he is also difficult to replace and he is an effective opponent.

"The Left has collapsed and it is difficult to see who is its presidential candidate. The real threat [Macron] has come from the political right and where Philip's main threat is.

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