I am not absolutely certain that there is a majority at this stage for the pension reform
A member of the majority
A few days before the discussion in the hemicycle of the pension reform bill, tension is mounting in the National Assembly.
On the eve of the day of strike and demonstrations last Tuesday, a majority MP felt that
at this stage, [he has] not the absolute certainty that there is a majority to vote for the reform
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In question, the behavior of some of the elected representatives of the majority who have made known their doubts about the advisability of such a reform.
"It's a huge hypocrisy,
denounces an elected Renaissance
In June, they were candidates after Emmanuel Macron's clear campaign on the subject.
We cannot support the reform in June to hope to become a deputy or a minister, and not do so in January because public opinion is against it!
But the element that sows doubt as to the future of the vote on the text remains the attitude of the LR deputies.
“The Republicans are going to plant us,
fears an elected representative of the majority, looking at the attitude…
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