Gilles Le Gendre, patron of the LREM deputies, wants the majority to go quickly after the presentation of the pension reform bill Wednesday by Edouard Philippe and that the text be voted in the National Assembly "in first reading before the municipal".
"What is essential is that we start quickly," said France Inter the deputy from Paris, who attended Tuesday night at the dinner reformation at the Elysee.
"It means a bill that comes quickly to Parliament at the beginning of the year, and I wish it is the government that has control of the agenda, that this text be voted in the National Assembly in first reading before the municipal "in March 2020, he said.
"We want the reform to be put in place very quickly on aspects that are protections for the French," he insisted, including "no retirement less than 85% of the SMIC", which means "no pension less than 1000 euros from 2022 ".
After two years of consultations and six days of strikes and demonstrations, the Prime Minister unveiled Wednesday his pension reform and compromises, even concessions, that the executive is ready to give in an attempt to calm the anger.
Without revealing the arbitrations set at the dinner of the Elysée, Mr. Le Gendre confirmed that the goal remains "a single universal regime that is a formidable guarantee of equity among all French".
But the convergence of the 42 regimes to this unique regime will be done "taking into account the specificities, with different schedules and different accompanying measures so that, precisely, nobody is aggrieved in this reform", he specified .
Already mentioned in the morning by Mr. Philippe at the breakfast of the majority, the idea of implementing the reform from the 1975 generation, instead of 1963 as originally envisaged, was specified at the beginning. after the dinner on Tuesday evening at the Elysee, we learned from a participant.
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