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Le Figaro's letter of March 29, 2023


Mobilization is weakening and the executive is looking for an exit, shoplifting is exploding with food inflation and Ukraine is preparing its counter-offensive.

Dear readers,

Opponents of the pension reform hoped for a rise in the social movement;

yesterday's mobilization figures rather thwarted their intention.

With hundreds of thousands of demonstrators and a new call for mobilization on Thursday, the situation has not yet calmed down.

After the number of protesters, we will continue to talk about numbers today, with rising food prices leading to increased shoplifting.

It will also be about Ukraine, which is preparing its counter-offensive, and Prince Harry, who is charging the

Daily Mail


Happy reading, and have a nice day!

Martin Bernier

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Mobilization weakens, the executive seeks the exit

For the executive, there is no question of going back to 64 (here, Emmanuel Macron and Élisabeth Borne, at the Élysée, in September 2022).

Gregoire Elodie / ABACA

The protest is still rumbling, but less loudly.

Yesterday, the number of demonstrators was down at 6 p.m.: in 214 cities, the police counted 556,000 demonstrators, against 836,000 last week, and 1.036 million on March 7 at the same time.

Similar reflux on the side of National Education…

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