The Prefecture of Police announced on Sunday January 29 the route of the Parisian procession for the second day of the strike against the pension reform which will take place on Tuesday January 31.
The latter will start from Place d'Italie (13th arrondissement) at 2 p.m. and will end at Place Vauban (7th arrondissement) around 7 p.m.
It will cross Avenue des Gobelins, Boulevard du Port Royal, Boulevard du Montparnasse and finally Boulevard des Invalides.
After the call from the unions, thousands of people are expected to show their opposition to the pension reform.
On January 19, 1.12 million people marched in the country, including 80,000 in Paris according to the prefecture.
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To avoid any overflow, an important police device will be put in place.
Last week, they were 10,000 police and gendarmes including 3,500 in Paris mobilized.
The police prefecture also announces a "
severely disturbed circulation in this perimeter
" which will be "
gradually restored according to the physiognomy of the places
She “ strongly
motorists to “
very largely circumvent the sector
” will be provided to allow access to hospitals.