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Macron: 'I have no regrets pushing for this necessary reform'

A drawing of French President Emmanuel Macron reading « Macron , we are not your buffoons» is pictured during a protest at Republique square in Paris, Tuesday, March 21, 2023.
A drawing of French President Emmanuel Macron reading « Macron , we are not your buffoons» is pictured during a protest at Republique square in Paris, Tuesday, March 21, 2023. Copyright Mac Dougall, David/
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By Euronews with AFP
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French President Emmanuel Macron has been keeping a low profile for the last few days but has told allies he has no intention of dissolving parliament.

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French President Emmanuel Macron will address the country on Wednesday in a much-anticipated television interview, aimed at appeasing the anger against his pension reform adopted by force and explaining how he intends to overcome this crisis without changing his government or turning to voters.

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