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IN FRANCE 28. 01. 2020.   >>  16:27 0

IN FRANCE

Macron is not giving up on reforms, unions on protesting

French President Emanuel Makron does not back down from changing complicated pension system he calls outdated and unjust, so reform proposal will be presented to assembly next month as workers' unions across the country persist in resisting, organizing France's longest workers protest since 1968, Radio Free Europe reports.

Although he has made concessions to some unions, Macron is not giving up on the reform officially presented to the Council of Ministers at the Champs-Elysees, according to Reuters.

Trade union leaders acknowledge that the moment to act is "now or never" before the draft law is sent to parliament where Macron’s party has a majority.

French unions have threatened to continue protests and industrial action in the coming months, seeking a way to force Macron to give up the biggest pension reform in the country after World War II, Frans 24 points out.

After a short break, French unions organized a follow-up demonstration on January 24 to show their "determination" to halt Macron's plan.

A committee will be set up in the National Assembly to examine reforms and hear unions and employers, writes the London Indipendent, noting that discussions on the draft law will begin on February 17, with the government hoping to pass the law by early March.

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