Pensions: Elisabeth Borne invited the inter-union to Matignon, which has not yet responded
After the forced p***age of the pension reform, the government is trying to renew the…
After the forced p***age of the pension reform, the government is trying to renew the dialogue with its social partners. Elisabeth Borne will send an invitation to the unions from the middle of next week, learned our colleagues from franceinfo this Friday.
“We are going to talk about it in the inter-union on May 2, said Sophie Binetgeneral secretary of the CGT, at the microphone of franceinfo. We will decide together what action to take. Of course, everything depends on the purpose of this meeting and its form. “The inter-union had previously refused an appointment with Emmanuel Macron at the Elysee. “We will not discuss until the reform is withdrawn,” warned François Hommeril, secretary general of the CFE-CGC.
Will their position stay the same? “There will be no return to normal as long as there is no withdrawal from this reform, which creates a climate of deep distrust in the country”, ***ured the number one of the CGT. “Today, the government no longer has either a social majority or a political majority to reform the country,” she said. We must withdraw the pension reform. »
The inter-union is watching “with great attention” what is happening in the National ***embly, where a bill to repeal the pension reform has been tabled. “We call on all parliamentarians to vote for this proposal, which will be examined on June 8 in the National ***embly, insists Sophie Binet. It is a decisive meeting. »