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This Tuesday marks the third day of national mobilization at the call of the unions to protest against the pension reform and the postponement of the legal retirement age.
Meanwhile, after a first heated session on Monday, marked, according to the RN, by intimidation maneuvers, the debate on the examination of the text continues in the Assembly.
200 gatherings are planned throughout the country as in Paris where the procession will set off at 2 p.m. from the Place de l'Opéra in the direction of Bastille.
Security sources suggest a range of 900,000 to 1.1 million demonstrators in the country.
11,000 police and gendarmes are mobilized, including 4,000 in the capital.
"It's a standoff", judged Jean-Luc Mélenchon, from the Gare de Lyon, for whom "many things will be played out" this week.
“The President of the Republic is playing with fire”, for his part affirmed the N.1 of the CGT, Philippe Martinez.
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What to remember too
Deadly earthquake in Turkey.
The race against time continues on Tuesday to find the survivors since the first earthquake of magnitude 7.8 in southeastern Turkey the day before.
More than 7,000 people have already been rescued from the rubble, according to Turkish rescue services.
The latest official report puts at least 5,000 dead.
International aid is beginning to arrive and according to the World Health Organization, 23 million people are potentially exposed, including around 5 million vulnerable people.
Disappearance of Héléna: the profile of the suspect.
Sylvain L., 36, suspected of being involved in the disappearance of Héléna Cluyou in Brest, presents himself as a former Foreign Legion known for his nocturnal excesses.
His relatives tell us about the journey of this man known for his excessive consumption of alcohol and narcotics, whose vital prognosis was still engaged on Monday evening.
Chinese "spy" balloon.
The United States has announced that it does not "intend to return" the collected debris to China.
Three days after shooting down the object, teams deployed off the coast of South Carolina, in the southeast of the country, “recovered some debris from the surface of the sea”.
“The question is not whether we trust China, the question is to decide where we can work together and where we are in opposition”, assured the American president Joe Biden.
it concerns you
Update on the disruptions of the day.
The day promises to be complicated for everyone, especially in transport… But not only.
In stations, one in two TGVs, on average, could circulate throughout France.
In airports, Orly still provides for the cancellation of one in five flights.
In refineries, TotalEnergies announces 50% strikers.
Regarding electricity, the strikes at EDF will lead to 4,500 MW of reductions in electricity production in the power stations.
On the university side, Rennes 2 and Tolbiac are partially blocked.
Find disruptions sector by sector.