Copé believes that Emmanuel Macron “is playing what little destiny he has left in terms of action”
While he supports the government’s pension reform project, the mayor of Meaux thinks that “a good part of this reform depends on the Republicans” and that 49.3 should be used in the event of a lack of a majority in the Assembly .
“It has to pass. Jean-François Copé, LR mayor of Meaux, estimated that the pension reform “will pass” even if it represents a challenge for the head of state.
“Emmanuel Macron is playing what little destiny he has left in terms of action, estimated Jean-François Copé on BFMTV, if it does not pass, it will obviously be debited to him. »
While the pension reform is currently being examined in the Social Affairs Committee in the Assembly, before being debated in the hemicycle, Jean-François Copé estimates on our antenna that “a good part of this reform depends on the Republicans” .
“An impossible match between reason and passion”
But even if there is no absolute majority in the National Assembly, the mayor of Meaux encouraged the government to use article 49.3 to circumvent the vote of the deputies.
According to him, whatever the mobilization in the street this Tuesday during the second day of inter-union strike, the reform must pass “because it is the national interest”.
Jean-François Copé also affirmed on our antenna that “everyone knows that this reform must be carried out” but that France is engaged in “an impossible match between reason and passion”. “All French people know it well, but the pill is too hard to swallow,” he added.
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