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France's president has rediscovered his zeal for reform Emmanuel Michael's government setting out plans changes Wednesday in a speech to lawmakers prime minister Edward Philippe said people will be given incentives to work beyond sixty two the current retirement age unemployment benefits will be reduced for Hieronymous taxes will be cut to , measures had been put off while France was rocked by mass protests against microbes administration which is correspondent Richard lock was that the National Assembly in Paris on Wednesday he says there are two reasons one micron feels ready to revive his reform plans the first is the demise of the yellow vest protest movements last weekend there were only some ten thousand to tone down the streets nationwide %HESITATION drastically down on a peak of around three hundred thousands the second reason is the European elections they're now out of the way %HESITATION my chrome did indeed come second to the far right but it wasn't a bad result for micro with those European elections now out of the way that there's nothing really barring his route through to the final three years of his mandate the proposals are likely to be welcomed by international investors have been waiting to see if my corn would deliver on reform promises the question is whether the measures will reconnoiter protests the anger that first gave rise to the universe is still there for now it's a Jew to sit exists voters still have the same %HESITATION disgruntlement storerooms mackerel the chase policies favor the wealthy that he's not paying enough attention to workers , French presidents have a history of backing down in the face of street protests but mackerel may not be so easily kylde often criticized as forty Olmos talking like that you think he is short on self belief as he presses ahead frogs could be set for a stormy summer