Edouard Philippe on January 6, 2020

Pension Reform: Edouard Philippe Takes a Step Towards the CFDT

The Prime Minister qualified Tuesday 7th January of “good idea” the proposal of conference of financing of the CFDT, while calling for that “everyone moves a little”. Edouard Philippe gave a sign of openness to the CFDT. He qualified Tuesday, January 7 as a “good idea ” the proposal for a financing conference, while calling for “everyone to move […]

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Unions call for a National strike day of action against pensions reforms

Pensions: Unions Call for New National Demonstration on January 11th

The trade unions plan to conduct a new large-scale inter-professional strike as early as next week against the pensions reform The strike against pension reform entered its second month on Friday 3rd January 2020. “Determined”, the unions call to make Saturday 11th January, a “day of demonstration throughout the country”. Amplify the movement FO , which requests the withdrawal […]

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President Emmanuel Macron in Brussels, December 13, 2019.

On the 14th Day of Strike, Emmanuel Macron Ready to “Improve” the Pension Reform

His Prime Minister Edouard Philippe received the social partners on Wednesday to try to find a way out of the pension reform crisis. The day after the third day of demonstrations against the pension reform and three days before the Christmas holidays, Edouard Philippe received on Wednesday 18th December 2019 the social partners with the new “M. Retraites”, to find a way out […]

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Emmanuel Macron defends a “historic” pension reform as the strike continues this weekend

Pensions: Emmanuel Macron Defends a “Historic” Reform, the Strike Continues this Weekend

The government continues to defend its pension reform while the strike continues in particular in transport to the SNCF and the RATP this weekend. The executive was determined Friday 13th December 2019 to continue its pension reform, “historic” according to Emmanuel Macron, while sparing an opening towards the most moderate unions, on the eve of the […]

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Demonstration against the pensions reform, December 12, 2019 in Marseille

Pensions: Edouard Philippe wants to “Resume Dialogue” with the Social Partners

The Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has pledged to call the social partners, Thursday 12th December 2019, after his announcements and before a new national mobilisation on Tuesday. Edouard Philippe heard Laurent Berger: the day after the presentation of the pension reform project which angered the boss of the CFDT, the Prime Minister said he wanted to “quickly resume dialogue” with […]

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Attack at the Paris police headquarters: four dead including three policemen

Attack at the Paris Police Headquarters: Four Dead Including Three Policemen

This Thursday 3rd October 2019, a police officer armed with a knife attacked his colleagues, killing three police officers and an administrative agent, before being shot. Thursday 3rd October 2019, around 1pm, a man armed with a knife attacked the staff of the police headquarters of Paris, rue de Lutece, in the 4th arrondissement of the capital, on the […]

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Christophe Castaner says he is open to a debate on quotas for immigration

Immigration: Christophe Castaner says he is Open to a Debate on Quotas

The Minister of the Interior does not rule out the question of quotas being posed for “other modes of legal immigration”, apart from the right of asylum. The Minister of the Interior refutes the idea of ​​establishing quotas on the right of asylum but does not exclude that the question is asked for “other modes of legal […]

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Prime Minister Edouard Philippe on June 12, 2019 at the National Assembly.

Tax cuts, PMAs, Unemployment, Retirement: What to Remember from Edouard Philippe’s Speech

The Prime Minister was speaking to the Assembly on Wednesday 12th June 2019 for his second general policy speech, which is to launch the works of Act II of the government “For two years now we have been governing and there is always urgency,” said Edouard Philippe in the preamble of his second policy statement on Wednesday, […]

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The maximum speed allowed on secondary roads will not be raised to 90 km/h in Loire-Atlantique

Why Loire-Atlantique Will Keep the Maximum Speed Limit at 80 km/h

In a letter addressed to the Prime Minister, the president of the Department of Loire-Atlantique explains why the maximum authorized speed limit will not be raised to 90 km/h. Friday 7th June 2019, Philippe Grosvalet, President of the Department of Loire-Atlantique, sent a letter to Edouard Philippe, Prime Minister, about the speed limit on departmental roads. #Routes Le Département […]

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The measure will apply from the end of 2021 for products with a "REP" collection and recycling system. And end 2023 "at the latest" for others.

Waste: Destruction of Non-Food Items is Going to be Banned

For Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, this measure taken by a government would be a “world first.” The destruction of non-food items (clothing, household appliances, hygiene or beauty products, etc.), one of the emblematic cases of waste, will be banned within two to four years in France, announced Tuesday, June 4, 2019, the Prime Minister. Minister Edouard Philippe. This measure, presented as a […]

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