Pension reform: Jean-Luc Mélenchon offers “a grand march” in Paris today

Pension reform: Jean-Luc Mélenchon offers “a grand march” in Paris today

Jean-Luc Mélenchon and Insubordinate France call for a new mobilization against pension reform. After the demonstrations that brought together more than a million people in France on Thursday 19th January, LFI is joining various youth organizations in a “March for Pensions” this Saturday in Paris.

Jean-Luc Mélenchon has not said his last word on pension reform. With his party, he intends to continue the movement marked on Thursday, January 19, which brought together nearly 1.2 million people across France.

La France Insoumise has joined forces with several youth associations to create a new call for the demonstration. This “Walk for Pensions” takes place this afternoon, departing from Place de la Bastille at 2pm.

In a note published on his blog during Thursday’s major strike, Jean-Luc Mélenchon made the origin of this new mobilization very clear: it is above all a march at the initiative of youth organizations with which rebellious France and its leader have allied.

Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who no longer wanted to run in the parliamentary elections after his failure in the presidential elections in 2022, is still present at the demonstrations and protest marches.

Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who led the procession on October 16 in the demonstration against the high cost of living, was also present on Thursday at the Marseille mobilization against the pension reform.

After a worldwide mobilization without clashes or major incidents, the main challenges of this new march for LFI and its founder will be to get their demands through, including retirement at 60 and an increase in the minimum wage, to show their support for workers. , all without overflows.

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