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2023-02-07T19:08:25.351Z


The editorial of Le Figaro, by Vincent Trémolet de Villers. Let's take the subject by the horns: the pension reform is putting the right upside down. A strange torment seizes her, where the duty of consistency and the fever of revenge clash. On the one hand, the theoretical evidence: this reform has been part of the Republicans' program for ten years, it responds to demographic and economic imperatives; it would be absurd not to vote for it. On the other


Let's take the subject by the horns: the pension reform is putting the right upside down.

A strange torment seizes her, where the duty of consistency and the fever of revenge clash.

On the one hand, the theoretical evidence: this reform has been part of the Republicans' program for ten years, it responds to demographic and economic imperatives;

it would be absurd not to vote for it.

On the other, the political situation: opinion is overwhelmingly opposed to this text, the sociology of the voters of around twenty LR deputies joins this front of refusal, Emmanuel Macron, by yielding, for six years, to the spendthrift, makes his sudden concern for public accounts inaudible.

Finally, and above all, why come to the aid of a power which, after having cut up the right, flies from failure to disappointment?

Choosing Consistency Over Revenge

The temptation was great to give in to demagoguery.

That of Aurélien Pradié is dressed in a social concern, but no one is fooled.

His calculation is that of a demi-clever: he does not…

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Source: lefigaro

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