The shared initiative referendum (RIP) is provided for by article 11 of the Constitution, in the wording given to it by the constitutional revision of July 23, 2008. Its path is paved with uncertainties.
This is by no means a dead end.
On March 20, the Constitutional Council was seized of a referendum bill (RIP) presented by 252 opposition parliamentarians.
It provides that the age of liquidation of pension rights
"cannot be set beyond 62 years"
The next day, he was referred to him by four memoirs (including an invitation to examine everything, from the Prime Minister) the amending Social Security financing law relating to pensions, article 7 of which increases this age from 62 to 64 years.
If they put an end to the legal debates, will the two decisions to come put out the political fire?
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The Council will have to decide on each of the two texts in the month of its referral.
He doesn't have to examine them in a...
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