A Odoxa poll for France Info, Le Parisien / Aujourd’hui en France and MCI reveals that 73% of French people find “shocking” a new use of 49.3 by the government.
While the unions hostile to Labour law called Tuesday for a new day, a Odoxa poll for France Info, Le Parisien / Aujourd’hui en France and MCI reveals that 73% of French would find “shocking” a new use of 49.3 by the government (71% in May). The text returns to the Assembly in a week, on 5 July.
49.3 If, then left the slingers should vote censorship
58% of respondents consider that if the 49.3 was used and a new motion of censure was filed by the right, the “rebellious” left should the vote. Last May, the French were 62% think that “slingers” had been wrong not to vote the motion of censure tabled by the right.
Article 2 causes the most controversy
Measurement symbol of the bill, Article 2 is the one that causes the most controversy. This would give more weight to business as sectoral agreements agreements. Only a minority of French see benefits in this arrangement: 55% of them do not believe it will develop the social dialogue within companies, and 59% believe it will have no positive impact on employment. In contrast, 65% of respondents agreed with the idea that if the unions oppose this article, it is because it will limit their powers within companies.