There is a before and an after
" to this pension reform, recognizes this Sunday Olivier Dussopt, Minister of Labour, Full Employment and Integration.
Asked about France Inter concerning the violence of the last demonstrations, he castigates the actions of “
those who fire mortars on the police forces or set fire to
There is a desire for disorder and a questioning of our institutions, with a desire for anti-parliamentarianism
,” adds the minister.
According to him, these thugs are not interested in pension reform: “
dialogue is incompatible with disorder
I hope that calm will return
,” he abounds.
Olivier Dussopt also specifies that his "
door is open
" to the unions to "
resume the dialogue
the sooner the better
He notes, however, that “
four months of consultation
” took place with the representatives of the unions, “
which did not make it possible to overcome all the disagreements
”, in particular that of the postponement of the retirement age to 64 years.
France is not an island, all the governments around us have moved to 65-66 years
," notes Olivier Dussopt.
Next step for pension reform in France: the Constitutional Council.
The institution now has thirty days to study the pension reform and make its decision at the end of this deadline.