Macron eyes end of the road for elite ENA administration school


French President Emmanuel Macron is to propose a vast overhaull or even the closure of France's ENA school of administration, often criticised as producing a ruling, out-of-touch elite in both government and businesses, according to leaks from a recorded TV address that was hurriedly postponed from transmission on Monday evening due to the fire at Notre-Dame cathedral.  

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French President Emmanuel Macron so wants to quell the “Yellow Vest” protests and boost his popularity that he’s ready to sacrifice his own alma mater, reports Bloomberg.