- This Tuesday marks the 14th day of action against the pension reform since January, a month after the last large-scale mobilization, on the occasion of May 1st.
- This new day of action comes two days before the examination, Thursday, of the bill of the Liot group to repeal the pension reform.
- Around 250 actions are planned throughout the France. They are expected to bring together 400,000 to 600,000 people, including 40,000 to 70,000 in the capital, according to the authorities.
- Schools, transport... Update on disruptions to be expected sector by sector.
Starting age, long careers... This is contained in the first two decrees published.
In Paris, the police "wait firmly" for the black blocs
"The thugs and the black blocs, we are waiting for them firmly and we will disperse them," assured Monday evening the prefect of police of Paris, Laurent Nuñez, on the eve of the 14th day of mobilization of opponents of the pension reform.
"There is the freedom to protest (...) it is complicated to prevent them from coming to demonstrate, "argued on BFMTV the prefect of police, ensuring to be "very determined" and "serene".
"The thugs and black blocs come to sow chaos, disorder (...) They come to disrupt the demonstration, "continued Laurent Nuñez, calling "the responsibility of each other" not to mix with these radicals, hooded and dressed all in black, during the demonstration.
He also mentioned the presence of "individuals who watch and encourage" the black blocs to intervene.
Update on disruptions sector by sector
Authorities expect between 400,000 and 600,000 people at 250 gathering points, including 40,000 to 70,000 in the capital. SNCF traffic will be "very slightly disrupted" with "nine trains out of ten" on average, and it will be "normal" in Ile-de-France on the entire RATP network. A third of flights will be cancelled from Paris-Orly.
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And welcome to this live dedicated to the new day of mobilization against the pension reform, the 14th.