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Pension reform: towards a declining mobilization?

2023-02-07T11:03:23.159Z


INFOGRAPHIC - After the success of the first two days, and in particular that of January 31 with 1.27 million (police) and 2.8 million demonstrators (unions), the demonstrations organized throughout France should not bring together as much.


New chapter in the showdown.

On this third day of pension mobilization since the beginning of the year, the unions are still choosing the street.

After the success of the first two days, and in particular on January 31 with 1.27 million (police) and 2.8 million demonstrators (unions), will the demonstrations organized throughout France continue to bring together as many ?

Throughout this Tuesday, February 7, Fig Data will count data from the police, prefectures and unions.

We will update our map very regularly to compare today's figures with those of January 31.

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United against the postponement of the legal age to 64, the eight main French unions (CFDT, CGT, FO, CFE-CGC, CFTC, Unsa, Solidaires, FSU) intend to continue to put pressure on the executive, after two successful days.

Before the parades began at 9:30 a.m. in the provinces and then at 2 p.m. in Paris, the unions were however cautious.

So far, the mobilization has gone crescendo.

But the bar is now high for this third day of action and no one expects it to exceed the figures of January 31st.

And this even if the number of parades was still to reach 250. Moreover, according to sources at the Ministry of the Interior, it is expected in France between 900,000 and 1 million demonstrators.

Last week, Beauvau expected, between 1 and 1,

Source: lefigaro

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