Pensions: the Liot group opposes the reform project


One less support for most. Present this Tuesday at the National Assembly to defend the pension reform, the Prime Minister, Elisabeth Borne, spoke of ” a project of justice “. The parliamentary group Libertats, Independents, Overseas i Territories (Liot), which does not refrain from voting on certain government texts, opposed, however, this flagship project of Emmanuel Macron’s five-year plan. The president of the group, Bertrand Pancher even indicated on Tuesday that he would “ demonstrate this Thursday against the pension reform “.

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It also meant his ” disagreement about the choice not to let Parliament take the time to examine and vote on such an important text “. In response to this firm and assumed position, the Prime Minister recalled that ” since the beginning of October, trade unions and employers’ organizations have been received on numerous occasions by the executive.

During her intervention, the head of government also tried to defend the measures of this reform. “ Those who started working before the age of 16 will leave a year earlier thanks to our project. And for all long careers, all people with full careers will now leave between two and six years before the legal ageshe said Our project also takes into account the difficulty of jobs. We take into account new factors of professional attrition, we will do the prevention shift, we will encourage early departures for medical reasons and retraining. “.

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However, the majority should receive the support of the majority of the LR group in relation to this pension reform. Currently, only 13 Republican lawmakers have indicated they will vote against the bill.

Source : Le JDD

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