Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne will receive the social partners on Tuesday and Wednesday, a few days before the presentation of the pension reform, we learned from Matignon on Sunday.
While the employee unions reject the executive's project, these exchanges "
will make it possible to continue the dialogue initiated on October 5 last within the framework of the three consultation cycles and to finalize the reform project
", specify the services of the head of the government.
President Emmanuel Macron confirmed on Saturday during his wishes his intention to quickly launch the reform of the pension system, with a view to application “
from the end of summer
” 2023. The project is expected on January 10.
The outline of the project has not changed since the re-election of the head of state, determined to increase the legal retirement age from 62 to 64 or even 65 years.
The objective, recalled the Head of State, is to "
ensure the balance of our system for the years and decades to come
", and to "
consolidate our pay-as-you-go pension system
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The secretary general of the CFDT, Laurent Berger, will be the first to be received, Tuesday at 3:30 p.m., by Élisabeth Borne.
He will be followed by François Hommeril, president of the CFE-CGC, Frédéric Souillot, general secretary of FO and François Asselin, president of the CPME.
Wednesday will follow one another from 3:00 p.m. Cyril Chabanier, president of the CFTC, Geoffroy Roux de Bézieux, president of MEDEF, Jean-Christophe Repon, vice-president of the Union of local businesses (U2P) and its secretary general Pierre Burban, Laurent Escure, general secretary of the UNSA, and finally Philippe Martinez, general secretary of the CGT.
For the first time in 12 years and the Woerth reform (which had raised the legal age from 60 to 62), all the unions are ready to mobilize together against the announced reform.
Including the CFDT, on a firmer line against any “
” since its last congress.