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Pension reform: will the mobilization beat the March 7 record?


MAP - The unions are once again in the streets for a ninth day of strikes and demonstrations against pension reform.

After the adoption of the law via the constitutional weapon of 49.3, on March 15, and the televised intervention of Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday at 1 p.m., the unions find themselves once again in the streets for a ninth day of strikes and demonstrations against the pension reform.

An intervention that has in no way appeased the crisis of nerves that the country is going through.

The unions are convinced that

the "stubbornness

" of the President of the Republic will strengthen the determination of the opponents.

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Will Thursday's mobilization be a last stand, or a grand finale before the protest dies down?

According to a source close to the government, the executive hopes that the mobilization "


" after the demonstration on Thursday, and that everything returns to normal "

this weekend


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Without advancing a number of demonstrators, union officials are again calling for a “


” mobilization.

The police predict "

between 600 and 800,000 people on around 320 actions

", including 40 to 70,000 in Paris, where the procession will set off at 2:00 p.m. from the Place de la Bastille, towards the Place de l'Opéra.

About 500 yellow vests and 500 radical elements are expected in Paris, and "

in the provinces more than ten cities will see demonstrations of the ultra left

", according to the police.

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Source: lefigaro

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