Emmanuel Macron believes that, finally, the crisis and franchise of the yellow vests has been positive for him ; and expected to be able to use that experience to get you out of a new crisis, it is no less serious: the national resistance against his project of reform of the national pension system.
The month of November 2019, the weekly u.s. "Time" devoted to the Macron as " the future leader of Europe ", toning down such a consecration with this phrase: "If you get to lead France".
Two years later, "Time" returns to devote its front page to the French president, estimating that it has reached its big moment, the moment of truth of his presidency, " Macron''s Moment ".
Always pro-active, Macron makes a positive balance the worst crisis of his mandate, until today, and using it to confirm their methods of work, announcing unprecedented novelty, in these terms:
"to some extent, the crisis of the yellow vests has been good for me... it reminded me of what I should and should be. The essential challenge to which I must respond is to listen more and better to the people." Macron added: "Probably gave the impression of wanting to govern against the people. And, at times, I was able to give the impression that my impatience was a impatience towards the French. This is not the case. Now, I am convinced that I should take more time to explain what we are and what we want to do."
next, the president of the Republic announces a " method of working " without precedent in the history of the fifth Republic.
To settle and put an end to the crisis of the yellow vests, Macron promised so personal, unique and unprecedented: during a long quarter, the president starred in numerous debates with hundreds of mayors of all France, of all the political sensitivities, discussing with them how well or poorly founded its policy of proximity. For the first time in the history of the fifth Republic, the head of State accepted a risky body to body with hundreds of mayors across France.
Macron announces "Time" discussion more or less similar, to explain the whole of France, their reform of the national system of pensions and retirements.
national trade Unions and sectoral unions have been lacing the war with that ambitious project, the most important of the last few decades, if it comes to fruition. Macron announces a sort of "long march", personnel, to explain, discuss and debate a reform flammable. Debate should begin within a few weeks, or months, to be extended, at least, until the next spring.Updated Date: 21 September 2019, 00:01