Written by: Euronews with ap
French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne and Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire in the French Parliament
On Monday, the French National Assembly rejected, by a margin of nine votes, the first two proposals of no-confidence in the government on the grounds that it had passed the pension reform project, and it is likely that the number of votes won by the first proposal will be higher than what the second proposal will receive.
The first proposal received 278 votes out of the 287 necessary votes.
Members of Parliament will vote on the proposal submitted by the extreme right, which has no chance of being adopted, and the reform will then be deemed finally approved.