that François Bayrou “expresses himself, it’s completely normal”, reacts Marlène Schiappa after the warning from the boss of the Modem

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“That he expresses himself, it’s completely normal”, reacted on Sunday September 18 on franceinfo Marlène Schiappa, Secretary of State in charge of the Social and Solidarity Economy and Community Life, after the interview with François Bayrou in Le Parisien-Aujourd’hui en France. The president of Le Mondem warns Emmanuel Macron against the risk of a “forced passage” on pension reform.

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Despite the opposition of the unions, the head of state reiterated this week his wish to see the reform come into force in the summer of 2023. Emmanuel Macron hopes to obtain a compromise in parliament, but the use of 49.3 does not is according to him not a taboo. “I am opposed to the passage in force. If we embark on this path, then we are sure to first coalesce the oppositions between them, then to divide French society”warned Mr. Bayrou, calling for taking “the time of pedagogy”.

“François Bayrou has an important place in our majority and in our political history since 2017”recognized Marlène Schiappa on franceinfo. “I especially observe that in this interview, he says that this reform is a necessity”, says the secretary of state. “We must not all go faster than the music, there are consultations, there are leads, all the doors are open”.

The Minister of Labor, Olivier Dussopt, receives the social partners to discuss the pension reform on Monday, according to the Secretary of State for the Social and Solidarity Economy and Community Life. “We will see what the social partners say”she underlines and the Minister of Labor “will speak next”. According to Marlene Schiappa“some unions share the need for reform”.

“We have to be able to work on the way in which we then make it part of the law, with a parliamentary debate which is important, she continues. We cannot say that parliament has returned to the center of the game and consider that it would not be desirable to pass the reforms before parliament”. Marlène Schiappa sweeps away the accusations of a forced passage: “What will really change the lives of the French is what we will put in this reform rather than knowing how it will be voted on and how it will pass”.



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