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Refuse to reform pensions would be irresponsible, says Jean Castex

The Prime minister believes that the backup of the current system requires a reform of the pension was suspended by the crisis of the sars coronavirus. The exe

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Refuse to reform pensions would be irresponsible, says Jean Castex

The Prime minister believes that the backup of the current system requires a reform of the pension was suspended by the crisis of the sars coronavirus.

The executive does not want to abandon its reform. The Prime minister, Jean Castex said on Wednesday before the Senate that "refuse to talk about pensions when the balance of the accounts, and therefore the backup of the current system is compromised, it would be irresponsible".

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"I'm going to re-open the dialog, all unions will come to discuss with me (...) and we will agree on a method and a calendar," added the head of government during the session on topical issues, stating that it would address "the question of pensions in a global framework".

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Castex wants to be a "method" and a "calendar"

In the morning, in an interview on BFMTV, he had already indicated that he wanted to bring "together the" social partners "before the 20 of July", after having received separately on Thursday 9 and Friday 10, in order to"stop a method and a calendar."

"The reform of unemployment insurance, it also essential, but it is also impacted by the crisis : it would be unreasonable not to take account of this new element which, on many subjects, impact of considerations which are of interest to the social partners", added in front of the Senate Jean Castex.

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It was in response to the left that he has asked on several occasions since his arrival at the head of the government to abandon the pension reform which has led to months of social conflict.

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