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Pensions: the warning of Ciotti and Pradié at Borne before the arrival of the text in the Hemicycle


The president and vice-president of LR believe that there are still "advances" to be made to the government's text. The Prime Minister claims to have heard them.

The calm before the storm...with some flash warnings, though.

On the eve of the examination of the pension reform project in public session, some right-wing voices warn the Prime Minister, Elisabeth Borne.

Thus Éric Ciotti who, while reaffirming in

Le Parisien

the “


” of a pension reform, believes that “

additional progress remains to be obtained, essential for the balance and justice of the text


The president of the Les Républicains party points in particular to the subject of “

long careers


We have indicated that those who join this framework, having started before the age of 21, will be able to retire after 43 annuities, before the legal retirement age

”, explains Éric Ciotti.

That's why I went to see the Prime Minister with the president of the LR group, Olivier Marleix, on Wednesday.

According to him, this “

essential point

”, if guaranteed by the government, “will make it possible to win a very large majority in the LR group”.

And to conclude: “

If Élisabeth Borne listens to our proposals, 49.3 will not be necessary.


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For his part, Aurélien Pradié, advances more firmly that "

in the current state of things

", he will vote against the text.

“I hope that those who started working at 21 are not the turkeys of the farce of this reform”, supports the vice-president of the LR party in the columns of the




This condition is non-negotiable

," warns the 30-something.

“It is now an amendment co-signed by all LR deputies.

If our amendment is not taken down to the comma, I will oppose this reform.

In the same way, warns the deputy of Lot, "

if this measure is integrated, I will vote for the reform


But I tell the Prime Minister: our amendment cannot be watered down.

“At the


, the Prime Minister affirms that those who started working between the ages of 20 and 21 will be able to retire at 63, and not at 64. Élisabeth Borne thus ensures “


” the LR group whose support is crucial for pass its pension reform.

Source: lefigaro

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