Unions call for strikes after Macron’s pension reforms are unveiled

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“The pension system is not in danger, nothing justifies such a brutal reform,” Laurent Berger, the head of the  CFDT union.

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 Emmanuel Macron’s government presented a plan to gradually raise France’s minimum retirement age to 64 by 2030 from 62, sparking anger among labor unions who immediately called for strikes to protest the reform, reports Yahoo! News.