The president designates his opponent, on the eve of a tenth day of mobilization against the pension reform.
In front of the leaders of the presidential majority and the tenors of the government received Monday at the Élysée, Emmanuel Macron indeed attacked La France insoumise whose "
" he castigated, according to the comments reported by a participant in the AFP.
This project aims in his eyes to "
delegitimize the reasonable order, our institutions
", while the rebels continue to demand the withdrawal of the bill adopted by way of 49-3.
As the protest movement becomes more radical, LFI elected officials also question the doctrine of maintaining order.
This is considered responsible for the excesses observed both in the demonstrations against pensions, but also during the rally maintained despite its ban in Sainte-Soline last Saturday in opposition to the megabasins.
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At the same time, the Head of State also urged his troops to "
continue to reach out
" to the unions.
During his presidential interview granted Wednesday, January 22 to TF1 and France 2, Emmanuel Macron had deplored that the union representatives, and in particular Laurent Berger of the CFDT, had not proposed a "compromise" to the
He then said he was “
” to discuss with them on all subjects, with the exception of that of pension reform, for which it is now a question of awaiting the opinion of the Constitutional Council.