Pension reform: Emmanuel Macron’s inconsistencies since 2017

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A must, in the interest of the country. These are the elements of language used by the presidential majority to justify the pension reform, which the executive wishes to present to parliamentarians before winter.

Among the most controversial measures of the text that the government intends to adopt, it is the postponement of the retirement age, to 65 years in 2031, which creates the most uproar among workers, unions, and the opposition. .

Elisabeth Borne is thus preparing to launch a cycle of consultations with the social partners, to better pass the pill.

The rumor of a “passage in force” has been emulated: we suspect the use of the criticized device 49.3, or even a dissolution of the Assembly by the president, if however the text was not adopted.

Because Emmanuel Macron is keen on his pension reform, shunned during his first five-year term. This time, he intends to go after things.

However, the 2022 text no longer has much to do with that of 2017, and the candidate’s campaign promises at the time seem very far away…

In our slideshow, discover the 5 reversals, differences and inconsistencies between the 2017 project and that of 2022…

The results of the discussions between the government and the social partners should be drawn up before Christmas, said the executive.

The text that the government wishes to put in place not only plans to push back the retirement age to 65 (against 62 currently), but also to take into account the arduousness of certain careers and to abolish certain special regimes. The introduction of a minimum pension is also envisaged.

But in the face of popular discontent, could the government make concessions, in particular on the age of discord? Or should we already prepare for this famous “forced passage”?