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Pension reform: the government presents its project this Tuesday afternoon

2023-01-09T18:01:42.511Z


Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne will speak at a press conference scheduled for 5:30 p.m. in Paris. D-Day for pension reform. Three years and a month after the presentation of the previous copy of the executive by Edouard Philippe, Elisabeth Borne will finally unveil this Tuesday the “ government project for the future of our pension system ”. Objective of this decried text, Emmanuel Macron's campaign promise: " Ensure the sustainability of our pay-as-you-go pension system, [in] strengthening so


D-Day for pension reform.

Three years and a month after the presentation of the previous copy of the executive by Edouard Philippe, Elisabeth Borne will finally unveil this Tuesday the “

government project for the future of our pension system

”.

Objective of this decried text, Emmanuel Macron's campaign promise: "

Ensure the sustainability of our pay-as-you-go pension system, [in] strengthening social justice and [improving] the quality of life at work for seniors

".

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If his predecessor had explained his arbitrations to the Economic, Social and Environmental Council (CESE), the current occupant of Matignon will speak this time at a press conference, avenue de Ségur, at 5:30 p.m.

She will be accompanied by the boss of Bercy, Bruno Le Maire, his colleague in charge of Labor, Olivier Dussopt, as well as the Minister of Transformation and the Public Service, Stanislas Guerini.

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The text is expected in the Council of Ministers on January 23, before being examined by Parliament "

from the beginning of February

", provides Matignon.

If the executive constantly emphasizes the numerous consultations carried out to prepare this reform, the battle promises to be tough.

Expected firmly by the trade unions and the opposition, the government will have to scrap in Parliament, and face the mobilizations in the street.

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On the party side, the Nupes is resolutely opposed to any increase in the retirement age, as is the RN.

The majority, however, hopes to be able to count on the support of elected LR to pass its reform.

At the same time, the unions present a united front against this text: "

There will be no deal with the CFDT

", warned the boss of the CFDT, Laurent Berger, this weekend, when his counterpart from the CGT , Philippe Martinez, promised "

strong mobilizations

" to roll back the executive.

The organizations will also meet on Tuesday evening to decide on the action to be taken.

At the same time, Elisabeth Borne will defend her project at 8 p.m. on France 2, then on FranceInfo.

The beginning of a long fight.

Source: lefigaro

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