Behind the text, Philippe Martinez sees a personal matter.
Firmly opposed to pension reform, the boss of the CGT is increasingly warning against a passage to “
” of the government bill.
According to him, this desire is directly explained by the personality of Emmanuel Macron who, "
by oversized ego
", wants "to
show that he is capable of passing a reform, whatever the opinion of public opinion, whatever whatever the opinion of the citizens
It's dangerous to reason like that
," said the trade unionist, invited Tuesday, February 7 on RTL.
The president is playing with fire
,” he added.
A few hours before a third day of mobilization, the secretary general of the CGT believes that "
the French support the strikes
In this context, he enjoins parliamentarians to distance themselves from the Head of State and to “
listen to the people
Pension reform: unions hope for a third massive mobilization
In principle, when you are elected by the people, you still have an ear that must listen (to it)
, he hammered again, regretting not seeing “
many deputies, especially from the majority
” do it for now.
And to continue: "
If once you are elected, you do what you want and you no longer listen, you should not be surprised by the abstention and the risk
" - that of seeing "
in a few years
” the Rassemblement national and Marine Le Pen take “
the keys to the Élysée
A scenario that he considers "
dangerous for democracy