It’s spring in Cahors. At the foot of the beautiful Romanesque cathedral, large posters against retirement at the age of 64 flourished on shop windows. A stone’s throw away, the former parliamentary office of Aurelin Brady was not spared; Even anti-reform slogans replaced his gigantic image, reminding onlookers of revolutionary news: a law adopted by 49.3 percent, a censure motion against the government the deputy prime minister voted for, avoided by nine votes, and then demonstrations that enraged the country… “Aurelian, you have turned too far to the left by opposing this pension reform. I am not happy!” Apostrophe Les Republic Retired. “Our friend Fionn has been around for 65 years. We think 64 is too early!” She supports her husband, Christian, with a hood pulled over his head.
After the disgrace of Aurélien Pradié, Les Républicains saw the hour of skepticism
In the Lot, the bourgeoisie Cadores has not lost a crumb of the Parisian orientation of Aurelien Brady. This winter, the local kid helped derail reform in the Assembly, withdrawing at all costs the agreement between Prime Minister Elizabeth Born and his party chief Eric Ciotti, causing a new crisis in LR.
Beneath the colorful barns, the gardeners at the local market listen to him with one ear. It’s the season of the first strawberry trays, the season of after-sales service for pensions, too. The 37-year-old elected official reaches out and explains his approach to the curious
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