The reform that brought millions to the streets in France will take effect in September

French Labor Minister Olivier Dussopt made evaluations on the reform, which includes increasing the retirement age from 62 to 64 on the French CNews channel.

Dussopt stated that there is no question of withdrawing the reform, which has been subjected to intense protests in the country, “I confirm that the pension reform will come into effect on September 1.” used the phrase.

Dussopt stated that the decree for the implementation of the reform was sent to the relevant units last week and that he gave the necessary authority to the National Aging Insurance Fund to take the relevant steps.

Education Minister could not get off the train due to protests

On the other hand, yesterday, Education Minister Pap Ndiaye, who was planning to visit the city of Lyon, was stuck on the train for minutes when opponents of reform came to the station.

The Minister, who got off the train after a long time with the help of the security forces, canceled his visit due to intense protests.

The sharing of the moments when the minister was stuck on the train on social media had an echo in the country’s press.

Mass strikes and protests will take place across the country on May 1

Meanwhile, the country’s largest labor unions will hold mass strikes and protests across the country on May 1st against the reform.

Millions of people are expected to participate in the actions to be held in many cities of the country, especially in the capital city of Paris.

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Mass demonstrations broke out in France on March 16, following the government’s decision to pass the bill, which includes increasing the retirement age from 62 to 64, without voting.

Violence is taking place in many parts of the country between the police and the demonstrators, who intervened violently in the demonstrations.

More than 1,000 people have been detained in protests across the country since March 16.

The Constitutional Council, to which the opposition and the government applied to determine whether the reform was in conformity with the constitution, approved the article of the draft law that increased the retirement age to 64, and rejected the 6 articles in whole or in part.

The bill was signed by President Emmanuel Macron and published in the Official Gazette.

Macron talked about his “100-day” action plan to appease the country earlier this week.

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