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Pension reform: the authorities fear a radicalization of the protest


DECRYPTION – Between 900,000 and 1 million people are expected Tuesday in the streets of France. With the ultra left in ambush and possible blockages in perspective.

Perhaps a little less crowded, but a challenge likely to take more radical forms.

On the eve of the third national day of action against pension reform scheduled for Tuesday across the country, the intelligence services expect to see between 900,000 and one million people pouring into the streets of France.

Either a mobilization that would be down from that of January 31 which had brought together, according to the Ministry of the Interior, 1.72 million opponents of the government project.

Surprised by the scale of the first mobilization on January 19, which mobilized 1.1 million people, analysts at Place Beauvau have this time some keys to understanding.

This possible ebb in mobilization could be linked to a first "

holiday effect

", which students in zone A, which includes the academies of Besançon, Bordeaux, Grenoble, Limoges, Lyon and Poitiers, entered last Friday.


Furthermore, we...

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Source: lefigaro

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