The French government this Tuesday defended the struggle for women’s rights faced by its foreign minister, Marlene Schiappa, who… He stirred up controversy by giving an interview to the sensational Playboy magazine in the middle of th Crisis in the country about pension reform.
The official’s case adds more problems to an already hard-pressed government The demonstrations, which have been taking place for more than two months against reform, were promoted and approved by decree of President Emmanuel Macron.
schiappa “She was fighting a battle for women’s rights that no one could withdraw or challenge, “Sometimes digressive, but with competence and above all sincerity,” government spokesman Olivier Ferrand told a news conference.
Minister of State for Social and Solidarity Economy and Trade Union Life is A target of criticism for granting his interview with PlayboyWhich will appear Thursday in a complete social struggle in France over reforming the pension system.
Chiappa, 40, also an author of softcore books, wears a long white dress and talks about women’s rights, politics and literature.
“The defense of a woman’s right to dispose of her body is always and everywhere. In France, women are freeAnd the media official tweeted on Saturday, very actively on social networking sites.
Despite the government support, Prime Minister Elizabeth Bourne called her at the weekend to say so His appearance in the magazine was deemed “totally indecent”.in the context of the current tension, according to the prime minister’s entourage.
Since mid-January, France has recorded mass protests against raising the retirement age from 62 to 64 by 2030 and raising the contribution to 43 by 2027 in order to obtain a full pension.
Protests intensified turned violent after Macron approved the reform by decree, Last month, to avoid the possible defeat of the bill in the National Assembly of the French parliament.
Several members of the government had already expressed their support for Schiappa, such as the Minister of Justice, Eric Dupond Moretti, or the Minister of the Interior, Gerald Darmanin.
The left-wing opposition criticized the government’s communication strategy, after the Minister of Labor, Olivier Dussopt, appeared in Tito’s magazine directed at the LGTBI collective, and Macron spoke with the children’s magazine Pif Gadget.