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LIVE - Pension reform: follow the interview with Élisabeth Borne, guest of the program "L'Évènement"


Asked about France 2, the Prime Minister will defend a widely disputed text which, after an eventful passage in committee, will be debated in the National Assembly on February 6.

1.12 million demonstrators on January 19, 1.27 million twelve days later: to say that the processions united against the pension reform are massive would almost be an understatement.

So much so that the second day of national mobilization, this January 31, broke the 2010 record, set at 1.23 million people, on October 12.

Delighted, the unions opposed to the government's plans promise to keep up the pressure, and they are even preparing to accelerate the pace, while the text arrives in Parliament.

Two days of action are thus planned between now and mid-February, including a Saturday.

Sociologist and researcher at the CNRS, Karel Yon is also co-author of Political sociology of trade unionism, published by Armand Colin (2018).

He returns, for 

Le Figaro

, on the lessons to be learned from these first mobilizations, and the consequences of the social movement.


Pension reform: "The government's blitzkrieg logic could turn against it"

Source: lefigaro

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