There will be no "
" of the reform, even in the event of validation of the request for a referendum of shared initiative (RIP).
This is what the Minister of Labor, Olivier Dussopt, said on Europe 1 this Friday morning.
According to the member of the government, “
a number of analyzes by constitutional experts
” indicate that this “
does not prevent the implementation of the text as it was adopted
The decision of the Elders on the conformity of the request for RIP filed by the left is expected for April 14, at the same time as that concerning the constitutionality of the text as a whole.
Oppositions have their eyes riveted on this deadline, with the hope that the RIP process can be launched, paving the way for a period of several months to collect the necessary number of signatures.
All to prevent, or at least slow down, the application of the pension reform.
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But according to the Minister of Labour, this scenario is not on the table.
According to the constitutionalists that Olivier Dussopt has “
”, this validation would in no way change the process.
However, the Minister does not want to “
prejudge the Council's decision
Talking about it is of little use before (the decision) is made.