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Actions by protesters in Paris helped scare away rats Fox News


Some Parisians, according to Le Figaro, are waiting for protesters to take to the streets and continue to set fire to trash cans. The fact is that the garbage collectors have been on strike for ten days, all the tanks are full, rats have appeared. And the burning smell scares them.

In addition, protesters dumped trash on the roadway to impede car traffic. The city authorities could not ignore this problem. And the few cleaners still working have cleared the streets, residents say.


p class=””>Recall that on March 16, the French authorities adopted a pension reform which consists of raising the retirement age from 62 to 64, bypassing a vote in the lower house of parliament. To do this, the government used Article 49.3 of the Constitution. It allows the authorities to approve the law without discussion and vote in the National Assembly. In response, thousands of French people took to the streets. Police used tear gas to disperse protesters. More than 250 people have been detained in Paris alone.

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