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French Senate Passes Macron’s Pension Reform Bill, Ignoring Nationwide Protests


France’s Senate has voted in favor of raising the legal retirement age in the country, a first win for President Emmanuel Macron’s pension reform plans, ignoring months of widespread protests and strikes across the country. Two hundred and one members of the Senate, dominated by the conservative Les Republicains Party, on Thursday voted in favor of the reform’s flagship article 7, which raises the retirement age in the country from 62 to 64, while 115 voted against it. Liberal politicians voiced anger following the vote, and the debate will resume later on Thursday over a controversial amendment to the bill….

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