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Pension reform arrives in committee at the Assembly

Before the mobilization in the street on Tuesday, the pension reform arrives this Monday in the Assembly.

The deputies indeed kick off the debates in committee on the highly contested project.

From 9.30 a.m., the sixty or so parliamentarians from the Social Affairs Committee will work, article by article, on the text, before the test in the hemicycle from February 6.

And as of Sunday, the tone frankly went up a notch after the declarations of Elisabeth Borne, ensuring that the postponement of the starting age is "no longer negotiable".

The oppositions did not appreciate this outing at all.

And more problematic for the executive: even the executive vice-president of LR Aurélien Pradié criticized the Prime Minister's "chin blow".

“Very disrupted” traffic on Tuesday for TGVs, RERs and metros

For the second day of mobilization against the pension reform, the movement of trains will be "severely disrupted" on Tuesday.

The SNCF plans two out of five TGVs on the North axis, one out of two in the East, one out of four on the Atlantic arc, one out of two on the South-East and two out of five for the Ouigo.

For regional trains, it provides for two TER trains out of 10 on average, and in Ile-de-France one train out of three on lines A, B, H and U, as well as one train out of four on line K, and one train out of 10 for lines C and D (partly closed), E, ​​J, L, N, P and R. The RATP is counting on “very disrupted traffic on the RER and Metro networks and slightly disrupted on the surface network (Bus and Tram)”.

Thus, 8 trams and 8 buses out of 10 will run on the entire network.

On RER A and B,

In the midst of a "crisis of sufficiency", PSG no longer scares anyone

The start of the year for PSG is to be forgotten.

Previously beaten by Rennes and Lens, Paris conceded a sad draw against Reims (1-1) on Sunday and is no longer advancing in the league.

Beyond the result, it is the manner and the state of mind displayed by the men of Christophe Galtier who have reason to worry 15 days before the crucial match against Bayern in the Champions League.

The month of February thus promises to be as complicated as it is decisive for the capital club, which will have to quickly shake itself up at the risk of losing everything.


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