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Macron's 'Mister Pensions' resigns amid transparency scandal as strikes continue

The man in charge of the reform of the French pension system, which has prompted widespread strikes, has resigned. Jean-Paul Delevoye steps down after allegations of conflict of interest, after French newspapers uncovered over the weekend that he'd failed to disclose several positions he'd held since entering government, to the state body responsible for transparency in public office.

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