Notice: Undefined variable: post in /home/chigugo.com/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-tuong-img-lib/wp-tuong-img-lib.php on line 81

Notice: Trying to get property 'ID' of non-object in /home/chigugo.com/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-tuong-img-lib/wp-tuong-img-lib.php on line 81
Pension reform: “We don’t want” 49.3, assures Minister Marc Fesneau | The ChiGUGO

Pension reform: “We don’t want” 49.3, assures Minister Marc Fesneau


Notice: Undefined variable: post in /home/chigugo.com/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-tuong-img-lib/wp-tuong-img-lib.php on line 81

Notice: Trying to get property 'ID' of non-object in /home/chigugo.com/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-tuong-img-lib/wp-tuong-img-lib.php on line 81

The Minister for Relations with Parliament, Marc Fesneau, said Sunday that the government does not plan to use article 49.3 of the Constitution to force the pension reform through.

“I can see where the insubordinate France deputies want to take us: obstruct and then say: ‘they did not want the debate’. We want the debate ”, said Marc Fesneau Sunday in Political Questions, the political program of franceinfo, France Inter and Le Monde.

The Minister in charge of Relations with Parliament was questioned about the possibility of recourse to Article 49 paragraph 3 of the Constitution, to pass the bill on pension reform without a vote. Marc Fesneau did not want to leave the door completely closed either: “The Constitution is a possibility, it is obvious”, he conceded at the insistence of journalists. “But we don’t want it, we don’t want this debate to be truncated so we don’t want to resort to this procedure”, he assured.

An obstruction judged “severely” by the French

The question of the use of 49.3 is raised by what Olivier Véran, LREM deputy, described on Franceinfo on Sunday as “Parliamentary guerrilla to transform the National Assembly into a ZAD”. An allusion to some 22,000 amendments tabled by the opposition, overwhelmingly by La France insoumise.

More than 15,000 amendments remained to be considered at midday on Sunday. According to Marc Fesneau, the French “Will judge severely enough” obstruction. However, he added, “We do not want this debate to be truncated, and in a way, we want the debate and the parliamentary time that is before us to be useful for the French, and therefore we do not want to resort to this procedure” from 49-3.