- Fri Feb 07, 2020 7:48 pm #597671
Mass demos always come with a caveat; the more you have the more those who don’t attend think you’re a pain in the arse. Bayrou is still around? Never heard of Basencenot and Ruffin.
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/01/11/worl ... gcCWqfaHWVOn Saturday, with a crippling transport strike already in its sixth week, Mr. Macron’s government backed down, announcing that it would “withdraw” the new age limit, and put off decisions on financing the system until it gets a report on the money problem “between now and the end of April.”
But the government did not entirely rule out the idea of reintroducing a new retirement age if funding solutions to the pensions deficit are not reached.
And the government’s concession is unlikely to end either the strike or the demonstrations. The more militant unions — and the ones most heavily represented in the railways and the Paris subway — are demanding that Mr. Macron abandon his entire reform plan.
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