paris - French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has rejected critical remarks about the use of a government chartered plane for a business trip. He said about traveling a prime minister: 'It is complicated and expensive.' As far as the latter is concerned, there was an account of no less than 350,000 euros.
That amount had to be deducted for the chartering of an Airbus that the Prime Minister transported from the French overseas territory of New Caledonia via Tokyo to just fifty others. There was a lack of transport because President Macron traveled to Algeria at the same time.
Philippe announced when he took office to do something about the many complaints from citizens about politicians and administrators. For example, a brand new law stipulates that members of parliament may no longer employ their relatives.