Him, we listen to him.
It's a lot.
In the cacophony of the pension reform and its challenge, the voice of Laurent Berger is one of the few to break the sound barrier, as the communicators say.
The secretary general of the CFDT multiplies on all the sets, connects the interviews.
Dignified, calm, constant.
A bit of reason in a stifling climate.
In the street, there is violence.
On social networks, hate.
In the movement still united by the inter-union, the strategy of chaos, by the shortage of fuels and the piling up of garbage.
In the Assembly, excess.
Insubordinate France is blowing on the embers.
The RN draws the chestnuts from the fire.
At least part of the Republicans shirks the requirement of its so-called right-wing vocation of government.
The government is inaudible, as confused as the times.
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