The cleaver fallen Wednesday morning raises a bronca among the oppositions. On the eve of the parliamentary niche of the Liot group, Yaël Braun-Pivet confirmed, on BFMTV, refuse all amendments aimed at returning to retirement at 62. Clearly, the latter were declared "inadmissible" because they would cause, according to her, a "decrease in public resources", taking up Article 40 of the Constitution. "I apply the rule, nothing but the rule," simply replied the holder of the perch. If the analysis is shared by the majority, it does not convince the left, which cries foul about their rights that would be flouted. And in particular one of its figureheads: Sandrine Rousseau. Invited to France 5 Wednesday evening, the EELV deputy of Paris recalled that "the President of the Republic does not have the right to enter the National Assembly. He is not entitled to do so under the separation of powers.»
With this in mind, the ecofeminist considered that "the attitude (of) Yaël Braun-Pivet to follow the presidential injunction and the injunction of the government" has "brought into the Hemicycle the voice of the president". An arrow shot at the elected representative of Yvelines, who would leave her institutional role. "As president of the Assembly, she should be the guarantor of the institutions," said Sandrine Rousseau. While the protesters of the pension reform have seen their last hopes vanish, the ecologist argued that the "act" of Yaël Braun-Pivet "is of a consequence and a gravity on the continuation of what will happen." "We are already one of the parliaments that has the least power, there it has been further restricted, and it is serious," she said. The bill of the Liot group, pushed by most of the oppositions, can still be examined, but without its flagship measure.
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And Sandrine Rousseau to anticipate the political repercussions of such a decision in case of victory of the nationalist right. "If one day, the National Rally takes power, it will be able to rely on the fact that the opposition no longer has the right to subamend, on the fact that we can pass article 40 on all opposition bills," squeaked the deputy of the Nupes. Who ultimately fears a situation of "almost full powers", given to Marine Le Pen's party.