No luck for the executive. For once something is going well in the National Assembly, attention is focused on what is holding up. Clearly, the non-vote on the Liot proposal repealing the pension reform evades the successful vote, this Wednesday, of the Military Programming Law (LPM) 2024-2030. Certainly, the suspense was not unbearable. It would have been difficult for opposition leaders on both the right and the left to come and explain on the sets, while the war is raging in Ukraine, why they refused to grant massive credits to the army – 413 billion euros over seven years, an increase not seen in decades.
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