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French government survives no-confidence votes over controversial pension bill
The French government has survived two no-confidence votes in the National Assembly, after President Emmanuel Macron's decision last week to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64 without lawmakers’ approval. The no-confidence motion failed to win enough votes from the centrist, left and far-right parties. The reform, a key part of Macron's pro-business agenda, is set to become law once the Constitutional Council has reviewed it. Unions and citizens have been protesting in the streets over the past two months, with strikes causing disruptions to sectors including transport, energy and sanitation. Protests have turned violent in the past, leading to arrests by police.
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