"It is the pause to resume, not pause for ever", said its president Geoffroy Roux de Bézieux.
It is necessary to "press pause" on the subject of pension reform, so that the safeguarding of employment and competitiveness of enterprises is the priority, said Saturday the president of the Medef Geoffroy Roux de Bézieux.
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"we need to press pause for a few months to put all our energy to what matters, that is to say, the production tool", said Roux de Bézieux during a discussion with the secretary general of the CFDT Laurent Berger in the economic Meetings of Aix-en-Seine. "It is the pause to resume, not pause for ever," he said.Your support is essential. Subscribe for $ 1 support Us
Laurent Berger, who had already denounced Friday the will of Emmanuel Macron to revive as early as this summer the "consultation" on the financial balances of the pension system, for its part, found this Saturday, "such opposition in our country on this subject that it has no interest in putting themselves on the figure to the academic year or during the summer on the subject".
Not the abandonment of the project according to Macron
For the president of the Medef, "if we managed to save the job, if you do not have this million unemployed (additional) that everything the world promises us at the end of the year, we can go". "Then yes, it will be necessary to discuss pensions because there is this project of universal system, but there is also a huge financial hole", he added.
Geoffroy Roux de Bézieux has also reiterated its reservations about a universal system to points desired by Laurent Berger. The universal system, "as part of a system that is very complicated, it is on Powerpoint," but "I find that it doesn't work," he said.
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In an interview with the regional daily press published Thursday night, Emmanuel Macron, has said that"there (would) not abandonment" of his project of a universal system, it still thinks it is "fair", even if he said he was "open" to its "reform" be transformed".