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France pension reform

Anger and outrage continues in France over pension reforms.

French President Emmanuel Macron has used his executive power to push the retirement age from 62 to 64. He says it is necessary to avoid the system from slipping into a deficit, but it seems that the people do not buy it. Was the move out of necessity? How democratic was the move? In this edition of the Spotlight, Press TV interviews John Bosnitch, political analyst from Belgrade, and Elijah Magnier political analyst from Brussels to answer these questions.

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