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STRAIGHT.  Pensions: Macron gets Borne, then most executives this Monday

STRAIGHT. Pensions: Macron gets Borne, then most executives this Monday

STRAIGHT.  Pensions: Macron gets Borne, then most executives this Monday

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  • Emmanuel Macron will host Elisabeth Bourne and the main leaders of his majority at noon for a meeting on the eve of the tenth day of mobilization against pension reform.
  • Yesterday, the prime minister wished to “make peace” with the unions, saying she was “at their disposal” to meet with them at venues other than pensions.
  • The General Inspectorate of the National Police (IGNP) has delayed 17 judicial investigations since the first day of mobilization. A petition asking for the dissolution of the highly controversial Brav-M posted on the website of the National Assembly has passed the threshold of 50,000 signatures.
  • This weekend, the protest continued with processions in which several hundred people took part.
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Bourne wants “to calm the country in the face of these tensions.”

“There is definitely tension in connection with the reform. You have to be attentive to this,” Elizabeth Borne admired yesterday in an interview with AFP. Thus, the Prime Minister set herself two goals: “to calm the country in the face of these tensions and to speed up the response to the expectations of the French people.” »

To that end, Elizabeth Bourne will open an extensive three-week series of consultations this Monday with parliamentarians, political parties, local elected officials and social partners if they so wish.

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Hi all

Welcome to this new direct about pension reform news ahead of the tenth day of mobilization.

Source: Le Parisien

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