Is Emmanuel Macron responsible, even indirectly, for the violence that is setting the country ablaze?
Or is he the bulwark, however imperfect, against it?
Will the question structure the debate in the days to come and, in part, decide the fate of the pension reform?
The basins of Sainte-Soline have a priori little to do with the postponement of the starting age to 64, but the chronological concordance of the overflows of the ninth day of mobilization, Thursday, threats, including death, targeting pro-reform elected officials and the real scenes of war this weekend in Deux-Sèvres, raises fears of a threat to civil peace and the switch to uncontrollable chaos.
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There was a time when all physical violence was unanimously denounced by politicians of all persuasions.
In this sequence dominated by the contestation of the project on pensions, a turning point took place in the speech of leaders of different components of Nupes.
Everything to their denunciation…
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