New union mapping inherited from pension reform

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DECRYPTION – Each leader took advantage of the social conflict to reposition himself on the national chessboard.

Yves Veyrier (FO), Philippe Martinez (CGT) and Laurent Berger (CFDT).
Yves Veyrier (FO), Philippe Martinez (CGT) and Laurent Berger (CFDT). Sébastien SORIANO / Le Figaro

The conflict against the Philippe pension reform, which is this Thursday at its 43e strike day in transport and its 5e national mobilization day, modified union mapping in France. Each central took the opportunity to advance its pawns in each of the camps (reformist versus dissenting) and review its positioning before the presidential election in 2022. Review of the new lines of force of each leader.

● Laurent Berger, the boss

By obtaining the withdrawal of the pivotal age of the bill presented on January 24 and seeing his solution to a funding conference taken up by Édouard Philippe, the boss of the CFDT has again become essential. Marginalized since the election of Emmanuel Macron, who appreciates him little (he made him pay for his predominant role during the Holland five-year term), he returned to the center of the game and turned the debate around his criticisms concerning the parametric aspect of the reform (which he challenges), not the systemic aspect

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