The head of government answers this Monday to questions from Franceinfo, in order to discuss in particular the pension reform.
Elisabeth Borne will then begin a real marathon of consultations with the social partners, over two days.
During his speech to the French on December 31, Emmanuel Macron made 2023 the year of work.
The government knows that it is playing big with this reform.
Trade unions standing up
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 since its last congress against any “age measurement”.
The Prime Minister will find it difficult to appease her boss Laurent Berger, who expressed his anger when he discovered in the draft decree reforming unemployment insurance, "an even harsher provision for the unemployed without him having any been discussed in the consultation".
Laurent Berger in Belleville headquarters of the CFDT confederation.
To go further on the subject
Her vaper will not fail to run at full speed this Tuesday… Because the head of government will be “in the front line”, we observe in the government, to carry out this explosive reform, in a context undermined by the crises of inflation. , energy and the health system.
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Big day for the Prime Minister
Elisabeth Borne will receive the social partners on Tuesday and Wednesday in the “framework of the continuation of the consultations carried out on the pension reform”.
Here is the program for the first day:
3:30 p.m.: Laurent Berger, Secretary General of the French and Democratic Confederation of Labor (CFDT)
4:30 p.m.: François Hommeril, President of the French Confederation of Managers - General Confederation of Managers (CFE/CGC)
6:30 p.m.: Frédéric Souillot, general secretary of Force Ouvrière (FO)
7:30 p.m.: François Asselin, President of the General Confederation of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (CPME)
Hello and welcome
You can follow the interview with Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne on Franceinfo in this live broadcast.