After two months of parliamentary battle and demonstrations in the streets, the government of Elisabeth Borne finally drew 49.3 to pass its pension reform on Thursday March 16. His speech was immediately covered by boos from part of the National Assembly. On the left, many deputies held up signs “64 years old is no” or “Democracy”. It is also from their ranks that a series of “Marseillaise” started, sung at the top of their voices. Like a distant echo of the patriotic songs chanted by their communist elders in a Palais-Bourbon transformed into a cauldron at the end of 1947.