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France's Massive Dec 5 Strike Puts Macron's &Quot;Ability To Reform&Quot; At Stake, ...

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By Reuters

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PARIS, FRANCE (DECEMBER 4, 2019) (REUTERS) IFOP POLLING INSTITUTE DEPUTY GENERAL DIRECTOR, FREDERIC DABI, WALKING (SOUNDBITE) (French) IFOP POLLING INSTITUTE DEPUTY GENERAL DIRECTOR, FREDERIC DABI, SAYING: "At the heart of the concerns lies a lack of clarity, a grey area. There is anxiety linked to the government's lack of communication about its intentions regarding the pensions reform. We have a real difference from what the government had managed to achieve in 2017 with the new labour law, in 2018 with the (French national railway company) SNCF's reform, in which the government's intentions were clear." DABI'S EYES (SOUNDBITE) (French) IFOP POLLING INSTITUTE DEPUTY GENERAL DIRECTOR, FREDERIC DABI, SAYING: "When you ask the French about the 'special regimes' of the pension system, they mostly think of the SNCF and (Parisian metro company) RATP, which are perceived as enhanced, favoured or even privileged 'special regimes'. This is a lever the government can use. In an IFOP-Journal du dimanche poll, 61 percent of respondents support harmonising all the retirement schemes." DABI'S HANDS (SOUNDBITE) (French) IFOP POLLING INSTITUTE DEPUTY GENERAL DIRECTOR, FREDERIC DABI, SAYING: "When you compare the 'yellow vests' movement - a sort of 'USO', an unidentified social object, the longest protest movement under the fifth republic - and the movement that will begin tomorrow on the pensions reform, the common denominator is purchasing power, the cost of living, the impression that pensions are not enough to support oneself, the impression that work does not pay enough anymore. This is how President (Emmanuel) Macron's mandate will be judged." DABI'S EYES (SOUNDBITE) (French) IFOP POLLING INSTITUTE DEPUTY GENERAL DIRECTOR, FREDERIC DABI, SAYING: "With the issue of pensions, we are at a turning point in (Macron's) mandate because it is a central topic that worries the French people and is as well putting at stake Macron's ability to reform as perceived by his base."
Dateline: 2019

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