One is against the state pension reform, the other is for it. But the two want to be important players this early in 2023: Republican President Eric Ciotti will host CFDT general secretary Laurent Berger on Wednesday afternoon at his party’s Paris headquarters. “Eric Ciotti forces himself to see all the union forces,” his entourage slips, specifying that the new LR boss already saw CFE-CGE on January 18th. A meeting with Medef is also planned.
A way for the president of the Republic of Lithuania, mired in an internal crisis due to the new organizational structure of the party, to put himself at the center of the game again, in the position of leader of the government party. A position already taken by the government, and in particular by the Prime Minister, with whom Nisua had a fruitful exchange of views, to submit a copy of the bill, for which the majority of the deputies of the Republic of Lithuania can vote.
Facing a reformist union leader but opposing the reform, Eric Ciotti should be pleased to have made progress for employees over the content of the original draft: retirement age returned to 64 instead of 65, pension minimum of 1200 The euro applies to current retirees and is not reserved for new…
The LR president should be reminded that he expects “further progress” from the government, as he told Le Figaro last week, in particular regarding a long career. What also sends a message to a group of LR deputies, including a good ten, led by Aurélien Prady, who has been promoted since the second issue of LR, says that he wants to oppose a bill that is too cruel.
“We clearly see that there is a lot of hesitation in all parliamentary groups, including among those who should vote for the law,” Laurent Bergé greeted on Sunday evening on France 5, who wants a “parliamentary debate”. without “obstacles”.
Enough to make you want to defend your position before the leaders of the party. This is not the first discussion between the trade union center and the right. In December 2020, Laurent Bergé already participated in a convention at the LR headquarters on the topic of work and purchasing power.