The pension reform cannot be resumed as it stands, said the Head of State during his trip to the Lot on Thursday, June 3. But that doesn’t mean it should be abandoned.
Emmanuel Macron has shown his willingness to turn the page on the health crisis and continue the thread of his mandate, Thursday, June 3, during his trip to the Lot. Will the pension reform be continued? “I do not think that the reform which was initially envisaged will be able to be taken up again as it stands, because I think it was very ambitious, extremely complex, and therefore it was also a source of concern, it must be admitted.“, Launched the head of state.
Pension reform, a priority after the Covid-19?
But he let it be known that nothing was excluded concerning a potential new overhauled pension reform. “Reform makes sense“, Said the Minister of Overseas Affairs, Sébastien Lecornu, on Friday 4 June. For the general secretary of the Force Ouvrière union, Yves Veyrier, the priority is access to employment, especially for young people, and not pensions.