Europe 1 08:42, February 07, 2023

The deputy of Essonne Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, was the guest of Europe 1 this Tuesday.

At the microphone of Sonia Mabrouk, the president of Débout la France returned to the start of the debates around the pension reform project desired by the government and underlines, in his eyes, the inability of the Nupes to stand up against the government. 

Reminders of the rules, interrupted speeches and a suspended session.

The opening of the debates in the National Assembly around the pension reform project wanted by the government will have been chaotic.

Despite the latest concessions from the executive around long careers, a large majority of the opposition is not convinced by the bill, and intends to make it known. 

Even if it means returning "a pitiful image", judge at the microphone of Europe 1 Nicolas Dupont-Aignan.

However, the deputy from Essonne assures him: "We had the opportunity, by uniting the opposition, to pass a referendum motion which would have shifted the text first by 30 days which would have made it possible to put the Senate before its responsibilities."

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