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Pensions: Sandrine Rousseau considers it "possible" that "part of the movement is radicalized"


The ecologist denounces the "inability" of the government to understand the "rejection" caused by this reform.

Is it a threat or a concern?

Invited to BFMTV / RMC on Tuesday February 7, environmentalist Sandrine Rousseau praised the “

calm and determined mass

” who have been marching in the streets for several weeks against the pension reform.

But the member also made a hypothesis as to the evolution of the movement.

According to her, "

it is possible that a part

" of it "

is radicalized



I hope there will be people and I especially hope that the serene determination that I felt in the previous demonstrations will still be present

", thus formulated the elected official, while a third day of mobilization is scheduled for Tuesday, February 7.

She also assures that the Nupes troops will be in the Hemicycle “

on the same trend

” as the demonstrators: “

Calm but absolutely determined



Pension reform: another day of strikes and demonstrations

The member for Paris also believes that "

the government must take its responsibilities


Because “

if he persists in his confinement and his inability to understand that this reform is extremely massively rejected, then yes it is possible that part of the movement will become radicalized.

The precedent of the "yellow vests" remains in everyone's minds: a movement escaping the trade unions, drifting into violence and finally obtaining strong gestures from the state.

Source: lefigaro

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