The French build in the middle of the “yellow vests”crisis, according to a survey less than one fifth of its President, Emmanuel Macron, and the policy.

Asked about the trust in the current President, lands Macron with a value of 23 percent, as a on Friday published the survey conducted by the opinion research Institute Cevipof and Opinionway showed. Thus, the former political up-and-comer has lost within one year 13 percentage points.

the confidence in the government, the national Assembly or the presidency is dwindling to the lowest level since the survey began ten years ago. For the weekend of new protests by the “yellow be expected to the West”.

Since mid-November, the movement demonstrated against the policy of the French government and President of the Macron. The saying “Macron démission” (withdrawal Macron) is one of their most well-known slogans. In the case of the protests, it always came back to violence. The government had tightened, therefore, the beginning of the week your safety course and wants to punish, for example, rioters in the future harder. Whether the new line of attack, and will show up on the weekend.

The “yellow West”, with the crisis in the 41-year-old Macron, the biggest challenge in its term in office. His mandate had started in may of 2017 with a whole lot of hope for the renewal of politics and society. There’s not a lot to feel. If you look at in the current survey, the personal trust values for different politicians to get separated from your office, it looks for Macron really bad – he ends up at only 20 percent. The are 16 percentage points less than a year ago.

the Macron and the center of government is not laid in the last month, in a Ten-billion package of social measures that made it but so far, riots and violence in the “yellow West”protests curb. Macron is now like a man.

the movement of The “yellow West” continues to have strong support in the population, even if the support is dwindling and is now at 60 percent. Almost two-thirds (62 percent) of the respondents are of the view that the movement renewed the democracy in France.

In the coming weeks, the citizens in a “great national debate” to words and proposals for reform speak. It is yet unclear how these ideas later in the government’s policy to be adopted. On the work programme of Premier Édouard Philippe reforms of unemployment insurance and pensions.

The civil Rights upcoming Philippe does not come out from the long shadow Macrons; only a few expect that the Ex-mayor of Le Havre holds the full term until 2022. He also loses the trust barometer to 11 percentage points and ends up with only 25 per cent.

Macron, the former bearer of hope in Europe, and Shooting Star, has lost in the crisis of credibility. Of the intention of the French government deficit is kept permanently below the Maastricht threshold of three percent of economic output, had to take the former investment banker and Ex-Minister of economy under the pressure of events quickly farewell. Now a deficit of 3.2 per cent is expected for the current year.

The next big hurdle for Macrons bearing, which has a strong majority in the lower house of Parliament, is the European elections at the end of may. Macron, it is likely to fall, according to observers, more difficult to play the Europe-school master and his favorite opponent, Viktor Orban from Hungary to attack, since he is at home under considerable pressure.

polls predict that the party of the right populist Marine Le Pen win around a quarter of the votes and the President’s party, La République En Marche could be lapped. For the European enemy in Le Pen, it would be the hoped-for rematch in the final duel of the presidential election almost two years ago, she had pulled against Macron Shorter. In the current survey, the only politician that can win – lands, however, only 25 per cent.


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Teodora Torrendo is an investigative journalist and is a correspondent for European Union. She is based in Zurich in Switzerland and her field of work include covering human rights violations which take place in the various countries in and outside Europe. She also reports about the political situation in European Union. She has worked with some reputed companies in Europe and is currently contributing to USA News as a freelance journalist. As someone who has a Masters’ degree in Human Rights she also delivers lectures on Intercultural Management to students of Human Rights. She is also an authority on the Arab world politics and their diversity.