Although this number is lower than the general day of protest on March 23, when more than a million people took part in the protest actions, their actions are much more aggressive – bottles and stones are thrown at police, arson is reported.
In Paris, the local prefecture counted 93,000 demonstrators.
< p class="">Even at the stage of discussions on the reform, which raised the retirement age in France, mass protests took place across the country. With the passage of the bill, and with the use of the article of the constitution, which allows you to do this bypassing parliament, the protests have only intensified. The unions called for more strikes, which included representatives from a wide variety of associations, from oil refinery workers and air traffic controllers to public transport drivers and garbage collectors.
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