Pensions: Macron wants the reform "to be able to go to the end of its democratic journey"
MICHEL EULER / AFP French President Emmanuel Macron reacts during the National Roundtable on Diplomacy at the Foreign Ministry in Paris on March 16, 2023. – France’s Foreign Ministry is undertaking a sweeping review of its vast diplomatic corps, an effort driven by President Emmanuel Macron to adapt French diplomacy to 21st century challenges. (Photo by Michel Euler / POOL / AFP)


Emmanuel Macron, here during the National Round Table on Diplomacy at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in Paris, on March 16, 2023.

PENSION REFORM – The President of the Republic is staying the course on his pension reform. Emmanuel Macron expressed the wish this Sunday, March 19 that she “can go to the end of his democratic journey”.

It will be definitively adopted on Monday if the two motions of censure targeting the government of Elisabeth Borne are rejected.

“After months of political and social consultations and more than 170 hours of debate which resulted in the vote of a compromise text between the Senate and the National Assembly, the President of the Republic expressed to the two Presidents (of the Senate and of the Assembly, editor’s note) his wish that the text on pensions can go to the end of its democratic journey with respect for all”said the Elysee in a message sent to AFP.

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