Pension reform: two members of the majority question the financing of the project

Pension reform: two members of the majority question the financing of the project

Two LREM deputies wrote a letter to the Prime Minister to inform him of their questions about the financing of the pension reform. An approach which reveals an obvious disorder in the majority.

Pension reform: two members of the majority question the financing of the project

The mail arrived on Tuesday February 11 at the Prime Minister’s office. LREM deputies Laurent Saint-Martin and Émilie Cariou believe that to judge the financial feasibility of the pension reform, certain measures still need to be evaluated. Impact on salaries, contributions, the state budget… Several questions are put on the table. But the revelation of this letter seems to embarrass Laurent Saint-Martin, rather fleeing Thursday, February 13.

Questions shared by other MPs

Other members of the majority, however, share the questions of the two deputies. “This permanent attention that I pay to questions of financial balance and financial responsibility is shared by the members of the majority and I am delighted by it.“, Replied Édouard Philippe questioned by the subject. The question of financing will be at the heart of the bill which arrives in the hemicycle on Monday, February 17.