Pensions: what can make Macron give in?

Posted Sep 18, 2022, 4:55 PMUpdated on Sep 18, 2022 at 5:48 PM

This Sunday of counter-offensive, François Bayrou, political side , and Laurent Berger, union side, have the same angle of attack. Whether Emmanuel Macron reconnects with President Jupiter by imposing a rapid pension reform, he will turn his back on the conciliator president he wanted to be since his re-election. What could be better than pointing out man's contradictions rather than relying solely on the balance of power?

Because if Emmanuel Macron has often changed his mind under pressure from his relatives (from the non-deferral of the reduction of the ISF the day after his 2017 election to the non-nomination of Catherine Vautrin at Matignon after that of 2022), the offensive this time is not won. François Bayrou is alone in coming out of the woodwork (even if his doubt is shared by part of the majority) and uses words that are too harsh (“passage en force”…) so as not to annoy. "These are those of the opposition", an adviser takes offense. “He only has real weight in electoral moments, now what can he really do? “Slips a minister.

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