March 27, 2023
The government is determined to complete the pension reform. BENOIT TESSIER / REUTERS

Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne will answer questions about the pension reform on Thursday evening on France 2 in the program “The eventpresented by Caroline Roux, according to a tweet posted on the account of the political show. The head of government will be interviewed on Thursday from 8:40 p.m. live on the subject of the reform which intends to push back the retirement age from 62 to 64 years old.

This highly contested project, both by the unions and by most of the opposition, will be examined on Monday by the deputies in committee, under the eye of the opponents who are organizing a new high point of mobilization in the street on Tuesday. The last day of strike organized on January 19 brought together in the streets at least 1.12 million people, according to the Ministry of the Interior, “more than two million” according to the unions, more than at the height of the mobilization in 1995.

Opposite, the government is determined to see this reform through to the end. The Prime Minister affirmed in an interview on Sunday that the postponement of the retirement age to 64 was not “more negotiable“.

Marine Le Pen warns

The patroness of RN deputies Marine Le Pen warned Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne on Sunday during a trip to Pas-de-Calais, advising her not to “not go too far“on his pension reform because”that it is not at all impossible that it will not be voted on“.

The postponement of the retirement age from 62 to 64, contested by the unions and most of the opposition, “no longer negotiable“, affirmed the head of government on Sunday, on the eve of the start of the examination of the project in committee at the National Assembly.

I don’t think she should go too far, because, party as it is, it’s not at all impossible that her pension reform won’t be voted on, in any case we, we’ll do everything to that she is not“, replied the former presidential candidate who came to attend the wishes of mayor RN Steeve Briois in Hénin-Beaumont (Pas-de-Calais).

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