Cyrielle chatelain taps away on her mobile phone.
Sitting at the Le Bourbon café, a stone's throw from the Assembly, the boss of the environmental group does the accounts.
“At Nupes, we are 148… Then there are the 88 deputies of the National Rally… If around twenty LRs vote against, added to the 20 LIOT deputies and the non-registered… it can be played out with a few votes”
, she believes.
For the past few days, like her, all parliamentarians have been pulling out their calculators.
And all come to the same conclusion: if he wishes to have his pension reform adopted, the examination of which in the Social Affairs Committee will begin on Monday, January 30, the government will not have to register a defection in its majority.
And count on the unfailing support of right-wing deputies.
But in recent days, the apparent solidity of the alliance concluded between the executive and Les Républicains, on the basis of converging interests, seems to be eroding.
On the right, several voices are raised, unvarnished, to denounce…
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