Officially Emmanuel Macron has not given up on setting up a universal pension scheme that would facilitate the mobility of workers.
Presented at the end of 2019, the reform aroused widespread opposition before being adopted at first reading in the National Assembly in early March, thanks to the use of 49-3.
A new timetable is supposed to bring her back to the negotiating table at the end of 2020, or even at the beginning of 2021.
"It is not an immediate subject [...] even if it is a reform to which the government is attached"
, simply underlined Élisabeth Borne during Monday's meeting with the social partners.
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According to the results of the latest Decision Makers Barometer carried out at the beginning of October by Viavoice for HEC Paris,
and BFM Business, the tension of opinion on the subject has further increased during the health crisis.
It is in this uncertain context, while the executive is again under fire from the coronavirus epidemic, that the Institut Montaigne is publishing a new note,
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