Sunday, April 30, 2017

The article implies that France, unlike Spain and Germany, has not carried out enough market reforms thus the clash will happen when 
Macron will try to slash here and cut there. The Socialist Parti in France has been timid in implementing "neo-liberalism": "the public sectorbis still big, the unions are powerful, the social benefits are too good ..." 
Despite of what has happened, the leading business and mainstream media defend the continuation of the "neo-liberal" project. For them the "centre" has to hold. In the case of France, Macron is their best candidate to save the Centre and implement the reforms the ruling class has been pushing for.

"Social unrest is France's biggest risk"

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