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Retreats: for Boris Vallaud (PS), the 49-3 serves "to hide the debate"

2020-02-25T21:51:45.156Z

Boris Vallaud, PS deputy for Landes and spokesperson for the Socialist Party, was the guest of Europe 1 on Tuesday. Strongly opposed to the retirement reform planned by the government, he considers that the use of 49-3 would be a way of "avoiding the debate".



Boris Vallaud, PS deputy for Landes and spokesperson for the Socialist Party, was the guest of Europe 1 on Tuesday. Strongly opposed to the pension reform planned by the government, he considers that the use of 49-3 would be a way of "avoiding the debate".

"If the government were to say 'get around there is nothing to do', this would obviously be a problem", said in allusion to 49-3 Boris Vallaud, PS deputy from the 3rd district of Landes and party spokesperson Socialist, Tuesday at the microphone of Europe 1. Firmly opposed to the pension reform project, he estimated that the problem is the reform in itself which is in his words "a bad reform."

"49.3 can be used either to hold a majority, (...), or in this way of considering the government which consists in hiding the debate and cutting the microphone to those who do not agree", he added. However, the member "does not believe that we can avoid a substantive debate".

On the merits, precisely, the member considers that before speaking of this possibility, the "problem is first of all the reform as it is proposed to us. What appears in the parliamentary debate is that the government is not in control of its reform. That it is a bad reform, based on financial considerations. "

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Source: europe1

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