He has been part of all the demonstrations against the pension reform since January.
Invited on Thursday evening at 8 p.m. on TF1, the leader of France Insoumise Jean-Luc Mélenchon offered a deal to Emmanuel Macron, whose television interview on Wednesday failed to convince either public opinion or political and trade union opposition. .
“I suggest to the president, “withdraw your text and give the file to those whose job it is”: the Boards of Directors of Social Security, where the bosses and union representatives sit (…) They have already done in the past..."
, advocated the former LFI presidential candidate.
And to add:
"The social security fund is not in the State, it belongs to the contributors (...) What is the
After the use of 49.3 by the executive to have the pension reform adopted in the National Assembly, and the very proactive word of Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday - even if it means blowing on the embers -, social mobilization against the bill of the government resumed with a vengeance this Thursday: 1.08 million demonstrators marched throughout France - including a record of 119,000 demonstrators in Paris -, according to the Ministry of the Interior.
“We must multiply the actions, the blockages”
, also urged Jean-Luc Mélenchon after the call of the Intersyndicale for a new mobilization on Tuesday March 28.
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Which considers that
“in France, we feel that there is an authoritarian drift.
A lot of people say it's starting to go too far now."
While 123 police and gendarmes were injured and 80 individuals arrested during this ninth day of protest, the leader of the Insoumis is blowing hot and cold.
If he does not "
do not agree with these forms of violence because they make invisible what
(the opponents of the reform)
", Jean-Luc Mélenchon affirms it:
"We would not be there if 'there was no such subject.'