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Strikes against pension reform: do town halls have the right to close their doors in solidarity?


THE VERIFICATION – Anne Hidalgo announced the closure of City Hall on January 31 in support of protesters against pension reform.

To support the strikers against the pension reform, several town halls such as Paris, Villejuif (Val-de-Marne) or Montreuil (Seine-Saint-Denis) have decided to close their doors on January 31, the second day of mobilization.

I respond to his call [

by Fabien Roussel, the communist leader, editor’s note


Of course, there are public services that must continue, I am thinking of civil status.

But the Paris City Hall will be solidarity town hall on the 31st

, ”assured Anne Hidalgo on January 26.

Paris City Hall will therefore be closed, except for certain services such as the Halte des femmes, a place of rest and accommodation for homeless women, or civil status services.

The town hall of Paris will be closed on January 31, a public institution has a duty to remain neutral and to ensure the continuity of its services

”, protested Éric Ciotti on Twitter.

What about?

Can the town hall of Paris close its doors?


This decision is above all symbolic, since the services…

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Source: lefigaro

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