“Not everything is folded”, assures the secretary general of the CGT Sophie Binet on RMC / BFMTV this Tuesday, before the launch of the 14th day of demonstration against the pension reform. Mobilization will “still be extremely high,” she said.
“It’s been six months since the mobilization began” and “even today there will be hundreds of thousands of people in demonstration and on strike”, she assures, “we will continue to fight so that this law Not Applicable “.
Preventing the vote “would be extremely serious for the democratic situation”
The trade unionist also calls for the vote of the deputies on Thursday. The President of the Assembly Yaël Braun-Pivet should however draw article 40 of the Constitution – which prohibits parliamentarians from tabling amendments having a financial impact – to oppose the Liot bill aimed at repealing the article on retirement at age 64.
“If it prevented parliament from voting again on Thursday, it would be extremely serious for the democratic situation in the country, it would create a serious precedent”, launches Sophie Binet, then fearing “great anger” in the country. “After that, the question will be what is Parliament for, what are parliamentarians for? »
“It would be scandalous from a democratic point of view to prevent this vote” she repeats, “the passage in force generates anger, a dangerous anger for the country”.
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