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Legislative: Elisabeth Borne continues her campaign for the legislative elections, as candidate and leader of the majority

“We need action! » Three days before the first round of the legislative elections, between the Côtes-d’Armor and the Channel, Elisabeth Borne continued on Thursday to fill out her notebooks with grievances in the face of French people worried about their pensions, purchasing power or health system.

The head of government came to support two candidates for the presidential majority in the legislative elections – Olivier Allain in Côtes-d’Armor and Bertrand Sorre in Manche – before going to his own constituency of Calvados.

“The years go by, and the more it goes, the less my husband is paid for the work he does”, was sorry to her the wife of a pig farmer, at the Lamballe market (Côtes-d’Armor). Mme Borne, who felt that this did [était] not the goal”promised to examine in more detail the case of this young retiree, who receives only 420 euros in pension.

A little later, it was a CV that the Prime Minister recovered, assuring that she would send the file to Pôle emploi for ” A support “ : that of Albert Bellaize, at the RSA. “ I’m over 50 and nobody wants me today. I applied, sent 2,000 CVs in four years, crossed the street several times. Even when I want to be a waiter, I am refused”he laments.

Throughout this day, as with this CGT trade unionist critical of the government, the Prime Minister advances: “My method is to listen”. But in Granville (Manche), Marie-Annick, nursing assistant for thirty years, who tells him about the difficulties encountered by the hospital, says to him: “We need actions, not necessarily only exchanges in front of the cameras”. “I can assure you madam that we are fully aware that the situation is difficult”replies Elisabeth Borne.

In the hit parade of the Prime Minister’s interpellations is above all the future pension reform, which the Head of State has promised to come into force in the summer of 2023. On this subject, Borne referred to the next “consultations with trade unions and employers’ organizations on the subject”assuring that the government will “taking differences into account” between the professions, without being able to further enlighten their interlocutors.

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