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Pensions: the universal points system, eternal regret in the presidential camp


DECRYPTION – To hear some macronists, the promise to replace the 42 existing regimes with a single device was more in line with Emmanuel Macron's reforming DNA.

For nothing in the world, Gilles Le Gendre would not want to relive the heated debates of February 2020 around the pension reform.

When, in his clothes as the boss of Walker deputies, he had to make his way through the 37,000 amendments tabled by the left in the National Assembly.

But the Renaissance parliamentarian has one regret: not having completed the


of the transition to a universal point system, stopped dead by the Covid.

“It was a real Macronian reform, deeply transforming.

This is necessary, but of a very great classicism”,

he laments today.

This nostalgia seizes many elected representatives of the majority, while the new executive project arrives Monday in the Hemicycle.

Some wonder about the ambition of a simple so-called “parametric” reform, pushing back the retirement age to 64 in 2030 and accelerating the extension of the contribution period.

"More legible"

“Is this the ideal?”

Asked aloud François Bayrou, Wednesday…

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Source: lefigaro

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