Very tight timetable, lack of solutions to questions put to the federal government, “grey areas” within the impression research of the reform … the checklist of criticisms coming from sure deputies on the situations wherein parliamentary work on the pension reform is lengthy. “Deplorable situations”, sums up the Génération.s deputy from the Loire, Régis Juanico, whereas it’s a “main reform”, he reminds.
A “truncated” impression research
The parliamentarian from the Loire has significantly gone up – amongst others – towards the impression research of the reform offered Friday by the federal government. “First, the controversy is expeditious since we had 4 days to learn this impression research … it's 1,500 pages”, launches the deputy for Loire. “We’re requested to vote on a niche textual content”, continues the parliamentarian, close to the 29 orders deliberate. “An ordinance is when the federal government legislates instead of Parliament”, specifies Régis Juanico, who denounces “principally” the content material of the impression research. A research “Truncated”, in line with him, and “which camouflages the numerous losers from the reform”.
Regardless of this context, Régis Juanico ensures that with the opposite deputies, he’ll “work day and evening” on reform, for “enlighten the French (…) and to unmask the consequences of this reform”.