While the government has resolved to use article 49.3 once again to impose the pension reform on the Assembly, the editorialist Alexis Poulin returns to the failure of the president to federate around his project.
In a context of outcry caused by the use of Article 49.3 of the Constitution by the Prime Minister before the planned vote on the text on the pension reform, the editorialist of RT France Alexis Poulin saw it as a “political crisis ( major) which opens”.
“Despite the numerous statements saying that there would never be a recourse to 49.3, that 49.3 would never be on the table. Obviously, knowing that he did not have a majority on this text, which the deputies do not want to defend because they know that they are going against public opinion and the popular will, he passes with a 49.3,” he explained.
The government is now exposed to a motion of censure tabled by the opposition which, if passed by an absolute majority of deputies, would lead to the resignation of the government.