This time, it's the end point. "The end of the match," acknowledged Laurent Berger, who is preparing to leave the union court. The long road of the retirement fighter comes to an end after five months of social and political turmoil. End of social journey, with processions become thin; end of the political career, with the failure of the last parliamentary attempt of the baroque team formed around the patchwork group Liot.
The French do not approve of retirement at age 64 any more today than they did yesterday. But they took note of its irreversible nature. In the topics of conversation measured each month by Ifop for Paris Match, they talked about PPL half as much as inflation, much less than the risk of drought, the suicide of the young Lindsay or the war in Ukraine, and barely more than the Roland-Garros Tournament.
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However, it is more by wear and tear than by knockout that this page turns. For the executive, to have held out in the face of such a strong gust is a victory...
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