A few days ago, Elisabeth Borne announced the use of 49.3 to have the text adopted without a vote raising the legal retirement age from 62 to 64 years old. A decision that set the country ablaze!
Saturday March 18, on the show What an era!hosted by Léa Salamé, several of her guests wanted to express themselves on this subject. “The reflection that we can have is was it mandatory to do it now?”wondered Patrick Bruel. “Couldn’t we wait, postpone, postpone, put the debate back on the table, renew the dialogue…”he continued. “The question of timing arises”, said the presenter. “There are the people who express themselves, there are the people who are in the street, there are people who are angry (…) how can they (the French, editor’s note) not take this decision as an offense. I think it would have been useful to calm things down, to resume the debate, to put things back on the table… We chose a fracture”, spoke the star of the French song.
– What an era! (@QuelleEpoqueOff) March 18, 2023
Before the debate on the motions of censure, scheduled for Monday March 20, opponents of the pension reform let their anger escape in the four corners of France.
The other guests of Léa Salamé
Léa Salamé received, in addition to the singer, Michel Denisot. The former presenter of the Grand Journal recently published a book, entitled We can laugh at everything except eating semolina. Specialized journalists, namely Jean-Michel Apathie, Benjamin Duhamel and Anne Rosencher were also present. Just like the columnist of the program C à Vous on France 5, Pierre Lescure and the politician and presidential candidate 2022, Eric Zemmour who made his big comeback on television. The latter presented his latest book, I haven’t said my last word.
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