In the North, Elisabeth Borne is trying to educate about pension reform
Élisabeth Borne and Gérald Darmanin met, on Thursday, the employees of the Sarbec Cosmetics factory,…
Élisabeth Borne and Gérald Darmanin met, on Thursday, the employees of the Sarbec Cosmetics factory, in Neuville-en-Ferrain (Nord). François Bouchon / Le Figaro
REPORT – The Prime Minister was accompanied by Gérald Darmanin, elected from the constituency. They exchanged with the employees of a cosmetics factory.
Special envoy to Neuville-en-Ferrain (North)
In a corner of the factory, a scribbled cardboard clearly displays the color: “No to retirement at 64.” Visiting Sarbec Cosmetics on Thursday, in Neuville-en-Ferrain (Nord), the prime minister did not spot the claim quietly slipped in its path. And on the highly robotized production lines, the few employees prefer shy cordiality to vindictive debate. We have to wait for the dedicated discussion time, organized with around thirty employees, to get to the heart of the matter.“I am very happy to be able to discuss with you a topical subject, pension reform, which concerns us all collectively”she begins, standing in front of an assembly that mixes executives and workers.
Since the presentation of the text, on January 10, Elisabeth Borne has done very little pedagogy directly on the ground except for two partisan meetings in her constituency of Calvados and in Val-de-Marne