France to push pension reform through parliament by decree

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The decree avoids the need for a Parliamentary vote after the opposition filed more than 40,000 amendments to the draft law.

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The French government said on Saturday it would push President Emmanuel Macron’s contested pension reform through parliament by decree, avoiding the need for a vote after the opposition filed more than 40,000 amendments to the draft law, reports Reuters.