This Wednesday, April 26, 2023, at the Elysées, Elisabeth Borne detailed the program of Emmanuel Macron’s “100 days of appeasement” in the Council of Ministers then during a press conference. Highly anticipated, Elisabeth Borne’s announcements must set the executive’s program until July 14, 2023 but also turn the page on pension reform.

During his speech on Monday, April 17, 2023, Emmanuel Macron recalled: “Is this reform [of pensions] accepted? Obviously not and, despite months of consultation, a consensus could not be found. And I regret it.” In response to popular protest, the President of the Republic had chosen to set a plan of “100 days of appeasement” and “action”. The Head of State had announced three “priority projects”: work, “justice and republican and democratic order” and public service. What will it be in practice?

Shortly after noon, Elisabeth Borne detailed the content of the “100 days” program. “For the next three months, I want to accelerate the implementation of the President’s commitments. Since last June, when many predicted immobility and blockage, the pace of reforms has not diminished. We have managed to bring together . We will keep moving forward.”

“The roadmap responds immediately to the concerns and expectations of French people who expect concrete solutions and life-changing actions, responses to the great challenges of our time. Each measure that we implement must solve a problem, improve the daily.”

“Our roadmap is particularly dense. I am not going to present all of these projects but rather insist on certain challenges, certain measures.” Discover in our slideshow below the details of the measures planned by the government by July 14, 2023.