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Pension reform: Elisabeth Borne will bring together the parliamentary groups from Thursday


With Olivier Dussopt, the Minister of Labour, she will receive the leaders of the parliamentary groups. The executive hopes to be able to adopt a project

It's time for the resumption of discussions for the executive about the controversial pension reform.

The leaders of the parliamentary groups will be received by the Prime Minister from Thursday, Matignon said on Monday.

Elisabeth Borne will receive them accompanied by the Minister of Labour, Olivier Dussopt, who has already started consultations with the trade unions, and the Minister for Relations with Parliament, Franck Riester.

The meetings will begin Thursday with the leaders of the parliamentary groups Les Républicains, Olivier Marleix (Assembly) and Bruno Retailleau (Senate), followed by those of the French Communist Party, André Chassaigne (Assembly) and Éliane Assassi (Senate), of EELV, Gabrielle Châtelain (Assembly) and Guillaume Gontard (Senate).

LFI and the RN expected on Friday

This will be followed by Senator Jean-Claude Requier for the RDSE group (European Democratic and Social Rally), then Senator Hervé Marseille for the UC group (Centrist Union), and finally Deputy Bertrand Pancher for the Liot group (Freedoms Independent Overseas and territories).

Élisabeth Borne will then meet with Senator Horizons Claude Malhuret, president of the group Les Indépendants, and will end her day by receiving together the representatives of the majority in the Assembly Aurore Bergé (Renaissance), Laurent Marcangeli (Horizons) and Jean-Paul Mattei (MoDem).

Friday, the Prime Minister will receive in the morning the leader of the deputies La France insoumise Mathilde Panot, and that of the deputies National Rally Marine Le Pen, in the evening.

The leaders of the socialist groups, Boris Vallaud (Assembly) and Patrick Kanner (Senate) will be received on October 17.

A new round of consultations

The executive has decided to temporize on its criticized pension reform, which plans to gradually postpone the retirement age to 65, by reopening a cycle of consultations for the adoption of a bill "before the end of the 'winter ".

Emmanuel Macron, however, brandished the threat of a dissolution of the National Assembly in the event of the adoption of a motion of censure against the government.

After a debate within the majority on the advisability of passing this reform in an amendment to the Social Security draft budget (PLFSS) or in an ad hoc text, the executive has agreed to initiate these consultations without saying yet. in which legislative vehicle this project will be presented.

Source: leparis

All news articles on 2022-10-10

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