Asked about his interview with the Prime Minister, he said he wanted the executive to see a real plan to end the crisis like other countries have done. With a real identification of the necessary tools such as tests, masks, medical equipment and digital applications.
And, what he expected from the President is the certainty of having a real plan for the production and acquisition of these materials with a real date of availability.
He recalled that the French need to have a clear horizon. For this, it is essential to present a plan to end the crisis.
He returned to the situation inside the Schengen area which is not completely secure – as with massive tests or monitoring of the population – he expressed a reflection on a temporary closure of the external and internal borders, in response to the current crisis.