Elisabeth Borne dropped anchor in the Var to enjoy a few weeks of vacation well deserved. Instead of opting for a vacation spot exposed to everyone’s view, she chose the villa Cinsaulta recently restored stone bastide, nestled in the heart of unspoiled nature. As the media shines a spotlight on President and her stay at Fort Brégançon, the Prime Minister preferred to leave the media madness behind her to recharge her batteries in the tranquility of the Var countryside, report our colleagues from Var-Morning.
Villa Cinsault, which Élisabeth Borne took possession of, only has three bedroomsa small above ground swimming pool and a gas barbecue, allowing the Prime Minister to breathe in the fresh air, after a hectic year. For around 3,600 euros per week, Elisabeth Borne enjoys a complete experience. In addition to the comfort of the villa, the Prime Minister enjoys a tasting session of wines from the region and a “full tour of the vineyard’s ultra-modern cellar”. In other words: The good life.
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A lull after a turbulent year
Elisabeth Borne’s year was marked by a series of challengesfrom the complex management of the pension reform to the implementation of the new government, to the riots that shook the country in early July. Such a level of pressure could have gotten the better of the former Minister of Labour. However, against all odds, Elisabeth Borne held her course. At the start of the school year, it will be up to her to meet the challenges that her reappointment as Prime Minister will bring her. In the meantime, she is taking advantage, like Emmanuel Macron, of the Var sun by preparing for her return to Matignon.
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