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Pensions: the motion of censure of the National Rally will be debated after midnight


This decision by the Office of Presidents was taken on Friday morning, as the last day of debates on pension reform in the National Assembly opens.

The motion of censure, announced by the National Rally group on February 15, will finally be debated on Friday evening 17, at midnight.

In other words, once the review of the pension reform bill ends.

The decision was taken by the Office of the Presidents of the National Assembly on February 17 morning and should satisfy Marine Le Pen who, yesterday, explained that she did not want to be "accused of wasting time for debate".

While the constitutional deadline is about to come to an end, it clearly appears that no vote will be possible on article 7

(which concerns the postponement of the starting age to 64, editor’s note)”, thus wrote the 88 nationalist deputies in the statement of their reasons.

(...) Thus, so that the deputies opposed to this reform can express their rejection of this text, the National Assembly group files a motion of censure in application of article 49, paragraph 2, of the Constitution and of the article 153 of the regulations of the National Assembly”


The LR deputies and the majority as well as the ecologists, communists and socialists have made it known that they will not vote for the motion of censure.

The socialist deputy Boris Vallaud meanwhile judged on RTL that

“we do not ally ourselves with the extreme right, it is a principle”


On CNews, the Insoumis Manuel Bompard denounced a motion of censure which he describes as "humbug".

Source: lefigaro

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