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mass protests swept the country against the pension reform passed

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Mass protests have started across the country: the streets of major French cities are on fire. All this happened after the authorities decided to pass a pension reform law. It raises the retirement age from 62 to 64.

The decision was taken by President Macron and Prime Minister Born without a vote in parliament.

Now thousands of people took to the streets and started burning everything in their path. Mash writes about this.

Burn cars, dumpsters, scaffolding and more. The police disperse the crowd with water cannons, but the demonstrators do not calm down. Some Parisians remembered on social networks the song of the great French revolution “Ah! It’ll be fine.”

Earlier, the leader of the French National Rally, Marine Le Pen, said that Prime Minister Elisabeth Born should resign after the adoption of the pension reform.

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