French President Philippe Couillon is hoping to bring the once-promising term “crisis” back into the public lexicon, and that will be the main goal for him and the government as they prepare to form a new government in the fall.
Couillard has long insisted that he is not interested in a “coup d’état” against his government.
Instead, he wants to take back control of the country and, in the process, he has promised to “remove the word crisis” from the English language.
That is why Couillard is now promising to “change the meaning of the term crisis.”
Couillard’s proposed new term, however, would be completely distinct from the current French version.
“I do not want to use it.
I want to change it,” Couillard told the National Assembly in a speech Friday.
He said the new French term would be “a new, inclusive and positive term.”
Couillon’s plan has two main elements.
First, he is proposing that all French speakers use the new term.
He also wants to use the word “crises” in the new English language, instead of the current version.
The new term will also be used in French-language media, including on television and radio.
Couillon wants to ensure that the French language is spoken in a way that does not “harm the economy, the social fabric, the stability of society.”
Couillion has long said that he does not want “a coup d’etat” but rather to “save the nation.”
He says he wants the new government to be able to deal with a “global economic crisis” and to be “more responsive to the needs of the people.”
Couelles government is currently under intense criticism from the country’s left-wing and social-democratic groups, which argue that the new cabinet will be led by the Socialists and Communists.
Couillants opponents say the current government has not done enough to address the economic crisis, including its austerity measures.
In a statement Friday, the National Council for the Socialist Party (Conseil Sociales Révolutionnaires), the main opposition party, accused Couillon of being “the architect of a political and social disaster.”
“Couillard is responsible for the loss of our democracy, for the destruction of our economy, for a financial crisis that has been unprecedented in the modern world, and for a social crisis that affects us all,” the statement read.
Couillion, who is also the leader of the centre-right UMP party, said that while the government is not responsible for economic crises, the government will do what is necessary to deal effectively with them.
“It is not a question of if a crisis will arise, it is a question when and where,” Couillon said Friday.
“We have to deal, to prevent a crisis.
It is not an issue of when, it’s a question about how.”
Coullons government will be responsible for dealing with the economic crises.
However, Couillard said he wants his government to work with the “common people.”
“In order to be truly representative, we must work with people who are not necessarily part of the ruling party, but who share our values,” Couillions government said.
“This means that we must take into account the interests of all sectors of society, that we will respect the rights of the unemployed and the disabled, and we will protect the environment.”
Couillons proposed change has been criticized by some in the French-speaking world, including French President Emmanuel Macron, who accused Coullings government of making “a lot of promises.”
He also said that the change is not “radical.”
Coucillons government has already made changes in a number of areas to try to ease the economic pain in the province.
Coucillis cabinet also has promised a tax reform that will help reduce inequality, and a reduction in unemployment, among other measures.
Coullis government has also made some changes in the way it has dealt with the recent attacks in Paris.
Couilles cabinet said it will allow more people to travel abroad for work and for holiday, and it will require police to wear helmets.
Couillions cabinet also said it wants to reform the system of public service, including through increasing the number of public employees.
The government also wants its employees to have their pensions protected and the amount of vacation time granted increased.
Couells new term “Crises” will be a new term for the French Language.
Coucillon has already said that his government will not change its current language.
However the current term has not been changed in almost 40 years.
The current word is “council,” which means government.
Coulion’s government also has proposed that French speakers who are “totally in agreement” with Coullions new term be able use it, as long as they do not use “cou