French PM pushes through Macron’s controversial pension reform without vote

French PM pushes through Macron’s controversial pension reform without vote

French PM Édouard Philippe issued a decree to enact President Emmanuel Macron’s contested pension reform avoiding a vote after the opposition filed more than 40,000 amendments. The reform would be the largest overhaul of France’s pensions since World War II and prompted months of strikes and protests. The decree will become law unless the National Assembly passes a censure motion within 3 days.

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kaaaaaaarl
kaaaaaaarl 2 weeks

That will go down well with the yellow vests, trying to hide this in the corona panic.

Max Bants
Max Bants 2 weeks

Business as usual in France. people wonder why their history is littered with revolutions and decapitated leaders heads

kaaaaaaarl
kaaaaaaarl 2 weeks

Macron is a little Napoleon.

porcus
porcus 2 weeks

Socialism doesn't work.

Andre Gerard
Andre Gerard 1 weeks

Let's fine people for leaving their house because of a virus and pass major unchecked legislation through the backdoor at the same time!

Marcus Rogers
Marcus Rogers 2 weeks

Sad little dictator.

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