Coquerel, in his press statement in the French parliament, stated that the bill aiming to repeal the pension reform could be discussed in the parliament.
Expressing that he has been pressured for his decision on this issue in recent days, Coquerel said that this includes the government.
The government finds the pension reform bill unconstitutional
Government Spokesperson Olivier Veran, in a statement to the press after the Council of Ministers meeting, described the bill, which was given the green light to be discussed in the parliament, as unconstitutional.
The French government argues that the bill in question is unconstitutional on the grounds that it will create a financial burden for the state.
The government can use its constitutional authority to prevent the bill from being discussed in the parliament.
The French will take to the streets against the reform
Opponents of pension reform will stage a nationwide demonstration on 6 June.
The bill, which aims to repeal the pension reform, is expected to be discussed at the parliamentary plenary session on 8 June.
As part of the pension reform that came into effect this year, the retirement age was gradually increased to 64.