"We have just lodged our motion of public censure," Jean-Luc Melenchon, the leader of the leftist France Unbowed, said on Twitter, where he posted the photo of the document signed by 63 legislators.
— Jean-Luc Mélenchon (@JLMelenchon) February 29, 2020
Another motion was filed by the right-wing Republicans of former President Nicolas Sarkozy, according to the French BFMTV channel.
Prime Minister Edouard Philippe invoked a power granted to him by the constitution. It allows a French prime minister to push a bill through the parliament without a vote if deemed necessary. The reform was in for a long debate after the opposition proposed over 40,000 amendments.