French President Emmanuel Macron has fallen into further trouble after pension reforms were tabled in a no-confidence motion in parliament.
According to the report of a foreign news agency, a motion of no confidence has been submitted to the parliament against the government of French President Emmanuel Macron.
Given the crisis, the French opposition has submitted a no-confidence motion against the government, hoping that the controversial law raising the retirement age from 62 to 64 will be repealed.
It should be noted that for the no-confidence motion to be successful, the support of more than half of the members of the right-wing Republicans of the opposition is needed, due to which the success of the motion seems difficult. Macron’s government implemented the controversial pension reform bill without a parliamentary debate, sparking protests across France.
According to the report, protests and arson attacks against the controversial pension reforms continue in France, with Paris, the city of perfumes, presenting a battlefield scene. The police also used lathi charge and water cannon on the angry protesters, as a result of which many protesters were injured.
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In view of the crisis situation, the French opposition has submitted a motion of no confidence against the government, hoping that the controversial law on the retirement age of sixty-two to sixty-four years will be canceled, while on the other hand, the French Union and the Union Front have rejected the controversial pension. A strike and protests have been announced on March 23 against the reforms.