LIVE! Protests in Paris over Macron reforms

March 22, 2018


The date of March 22 was deliberately chosen as the first day of a planned wave of strikes in France in order to draw parallels with the beginning of nationwide protests half a century ago in 1968, which in May of that year culminated in Frances's biggest-ever strike and street battles between students and police in Paris.


Thousands of French civil servants, train drivers, air traffic controllers, and school and hospital staff have gone on strike on Thursday in a bid to protest against President Emmanuel Macron's reform drive. France's labor unions haven't once managed to force governments to adopt major policy shifts, and this time Macron has pledged to stand firm on his agenda.


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