Challenges – The CFDT claims victory with the withdrawal of the pivotal age. But aren’t the terms of the financing conference a trap for the plant?
Dominique Andolfato – She can play on the fact that she still managed to resolve a stuck situation, by playing the negotiation game and being responsible. From a tactical point of view it is not nothing. Even if, of course, nothing is really settled. But given the complexity of the subject and the opacity that reigns, the CFDT can always show that its action has been decisive.
Are there any chances that the Medef and the CFDT will agree to find alternative solutions at the pivotal age?
Rather, the two organizations have an interest in coming to an agreement to keep an autonomous decision-making space embodied by joint management as in the Agirc-Arcco complementary scheme. It is the French-style welfare state that is at stake. For opposite, the government wants to resume the design and management of public social policies, as it has shown concerning unemployment insurance. But the task promises to be difficult, given its lack of efficiency, an inability to change, and the Jacobinism which characterizes power in France more than ever, not to mention the divisions between the social partners.
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