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Emphasizing the President's authority and asserting his heroism.Criticism of the Vonaparte "No more insecurities" for the unemployed and the elderly...a book of direct talk that is unique to the disciplinary group. There are no heavyweights around here to get political advice.the depth of isolation The yellow vest, which was sparked by France's demand for a cut in oil tax, is spreading all over the country, putting a dagger in President Emmanuel Macron's neck. Despite the government's withdrawal of the oil tax hike, yellow vest demonstrators have continued to pressure President Macron to step down and hold a massive rally on August 8. However, it has been quite a while since President Macron took office in May last year, when Macron stepped down from various demonstration sites. Citizens are pushing a young president, who has just served a year and a half in his term, into the greatest crisis with various demands such as a cut in oil taxes, revival of wealth tax, curbing pension reform, reform of the college entrance system, and raising the minimum wage. Macron's approval rating for state affairs stood at 21 percent in a recent survey conducted in the middle of a yellow vest (Cantasopre-One Point) at the beginning of the late 50s and 60 percent after taking office in May last year, with only 20 percent having a chin-ring. Experts have been saying for months that Macron's approval rating is already "unrecoverable." While France's minority elites have mixed social norms, including growing public antipathy and inequality, many agree that Macron's discontent with his governance style has become a direct trigger. ◇Three months after he took office, he criticized "Great Leadership" and rebutted "The Need for Heroism." In contrast to several levels of France's prestige and influence on the international stage, Macron has been continuously embroiled in political controversies at home, including "excessive authority," "only the rich speak for themselves," and "creating a crisis of democracy by skipping Congress and promoting the president's authority." Above all, what is often pointed out as Macron's biggest problem is his one-sided style of rule, which emphasizes authority too much. Just a month after taking office, Macron convened members of the House of Representatives in early July last year to announce his plan for political reform and constitutional amendment through a joint speech. It was very unusual for the French president to make a joint speech in a two-way speech, which was rarely the case except for a national emergency. More than 1,000 lawmakers gathered at the Palace (Bersayugung) during the absolute period, far from downtown Paris, where the Upper and Lower Houses are located, and had to face the humiliation of reform from the president. In the process of reshuffling the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who was directly described as a conflict over the defense budget, there was criticism that Macron relied too much on authority. In an interview with Le Poen in August last year, just three months after he took office, he said, "I need to be a hero," when asked about criticism that the style of governance is authoritative. "To achieve what he thought was impossible, it takes to rebuild his aspiration through political heroism," he thought. Macron, who dreams of becoming a hero, was nicknamed "Juppeter," the highest Roman god. Critics also criticize Macron by comparing him to Napoleon. France`s political consulting firm Stephen Lawze said, "The president has concentrated his power on the Elysee Palace even by hurting the role of Congress as a medium for people and politics. Macronism is neo-bonapartism." Bonapartism is the autocracy in the form of Napoleon. The Chancellor of the Exchequer is leaving...I don't want to blame you for your nervous rhetoric. Macron was further isolated this summer when key ministers resigned after discord with the president amid a series of Cabinet ministers` resignation in the wake of a series of defeats against the president in the wake of the incident in May when his former chief secretary, who served as a presidential security officer, pretended to be a police officer on May. Environmental Minister Nikola Willo, who had the highest public sentiment among the cabinet members, resigned after a dispute over the postponement of the reduction of nuclear power plants, and soon after, Interior Minister Gera Colon (71), who is the head of the Cabinet, resigned, saying, "I will try again in the Lyon market." Colongs, which were the richest political career in the Cabinet, were political mentors who advised President Macron to the president on the whole of state affairs under the Macron administration filled with businessmen and civic activists. After Kolon's voluntary resignation, critics say that Macron has no experience and ability to overcome the political crisis. On top of this, Macron's direct speech, which seems to lack understanding of the underlying sentiment of public opinion, is seen as a disadvantage of pouring oil on troubled homes. During his visit to Denmark in August, Macron praised the Danish as "a Roman Catholic who is open to new ideas" and called their people "a Gaulle against change." The remarks targeted opposition to changes in labor and social policies such as labor market flexibility and pension reform in Korea, but the criticism intensified. In September, there was a rumor that there was no one to work for a unemployed young man who complained that he had no jobs, and the next month, the pension was too low, the images of an old man complaining that he had to stop being unfair were broadcast nationwide. Despite criticism that the direct talk of the disciplinary group is self-contradictory, he did not seem to care much until recently. When he visited the Caribbean island of France in October, a reporter commented on his critical view of his speech, saying, "I sometimes feel sorry that my intentions are distorted, but I do not regret my remarks. "I will not change." I promised you to change your attitude before the first round of the rally,Macron No. 1 Marklong However, Macron lowered his head when he was scheduled to hold a massive yellow vest rally as his approval rating continued to plunge and criticism of the president's style of governing grew. "I don't think we have paid enough attention to the public," Macron said in an interview with TF1 on August 14 just days before the first yellow vest rally. However, the yellow vest protests, which began in earnest, continued to grow in size, adding to violent demonstrations by some radical groups. The series of protests is considered the most violent since the so-called '68 Revolution,' 메이저놀이터a student-worker struggle in 1968. Some say that President Macron's primary enemy is himself. Le Monde, a leading newspaper, said in an analysis in October that Macron`s primary enemy is Macron in a situation where the ruling party of Congress is the majority and the divided opposition is powerless. If the president insists that he will not change, the "reform" project will sound hollow. This gloomy prospect was finally realized after a month of wildfire. Critics point out that Macron's apology to the public and promise to change his attitude is too late. The world is paying keen attention to what kind of response Macron will make when he decided to release a message to the nation early next week after the fourth mass rally of yellow vests.
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