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“We cannot live with dignity on 800 euros per month”, denounces Agnès Pannier-Runacher

Invited by Laurence Ferrari in the morning of CNEWS, this Thursday, December 9, Agnès Pannier-Runacher, Minister for Industry returned to the level of pensions, on which the majority is working.

It was one of the priorities of Emmanuel Macron’s five-year term, to consolidate an acceptable level of retirement for all French people. The outgoing president, a possible candidate for re-election, “has shown that he was best placed to lead the country”, according to the minister who praised his societal reforms.

The Minister for Industry, reacting to the testimony of a retired person in difficulty, revolted: “We cannot live properly, with dignity, with 800 euros per month”.

Two days ago, the president reiterated his ambition to reform the pension system. Even if the health context does not allow the issue to be dealt with at present, Agnès Pannier-Runacher explained that the government “was working on the pensions of the future” to “ensure that there are no more French people in delicate situations. “.

With the approach of the presidential election, societal reforms could constitute an asset for the outgoing president, in particular after the erasure of the traditional left, and a multiplication of identity subjects which animate the debates of the right.

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