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France’s Macron says mention of climate in constitution will be put to referendum



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PARIS (Reuters) – French President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday any reference to climate change in the French Constitution will be decided via a referendum.

“The reform concerns the ideas of biodiversity, environment and tackling climate change under the article 1 of the Constitution”, Macron said after a meeting on the issue in Paris.

“It will be put to a referendum”, he added.

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