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Pensions: Emmanuel Macron was interviewed this Wednesday on France 2 and TF1

The speeches of the Head of State are awaited with impatience. Emmanuel Macron will address the French this Wednesday during a TV interview, two days after the passage of his pension reform in parliament, which failed to sign off the end of the dispute and demonstrations, sometimes accompanied by intense tensions against this flagship project.

The President of the Republic will be interviewed on TF 1 and France 2 on Wednesday during a live broadcast at 13:00, the Elysee Palace announced on Tuesday.

Vote of no confidence

The head of state will answer questions from journalists Julian Bugier and Marie-Sophie Lacarro, TV channels reported. The interview comes after the final adoption by parliament on Monday of the controversial reform and a day of consultations with his camp on Tuesday by the president amid ongoing demonstrations.

Emmanuel Macron is due to receive on Tuesday at 9 a.m. Elisabeth Bourne, on the front lines, who narrowly escaped the overthrow of his government the day before when a motion of no-confidence in the National Assembly was voted down by nine votes. He is then due to dine with Yael Braun-Pivé and Gerard Larcher, presidents of the Assembly and the Senate, before an evening meeting with parliamentarians from the presidential camp.

The rejection of a cross-party vote of no confidence put forward by the centrist Lyot group, as well as a second one by the National Assembly, led to the adoption of the text by Parliament, which provoked numerous demonstrations on Monday evening throughout France, especially in Paris, Strasbourg, Lyon. or Nantes.

Source: Le Parisien

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