Here We Go

I can just hear the right-wingers now: “Even liberal France is doing it!” Of course, electing a wingnut as president makes that sort of thing more likely:

The French government has approved a draft law that would raise the retirement age from 60 to 62.

The bill, drawn up by Labour Minister Eric Woerth, would rescind the right to retire at 60, enshrined since 1982. It will pass to parliament in September.