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Protests once more grip France however Macron not backing down

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PARIS — Protesters disrupted visitors at Paris’ fundamental airport and gathered once more in different French cities on Thursday for strikes and demonstrations searching for to get President Emmanuel Macron to scrap pension reforms which have ignited a monthslong firestorm of public anger.

In Paris, rat catchers set the tone by hurling the cadavers of rodents at Metropolis Corridor. That protest Wednesday was one of many extra surprising illustrations of how Macron’s plans to lift the nationwide retirement age from 62 to 64 have infuriated employees. Broadcaster BFM-TV confirmed the rodents’ emaciated corpses being tossed by employees in white protecting fits.

Natacha Pommet, a pacesetter of the general public companies department of the CGT commerce union, stated Thursday that Paris’ rat catchers wished “to point out the exhausting actuality of their mission” and that fury with Macron’s pension reforms is morphing right into a wider motion of employees expressing grievances over salaries and different points.

“All this anger brings collectively all sorts of anger,” she stated in a telephone interview.

Ten earlier rounds of nationwide strikes and protests since January have didn’t get Macron to vary course, and there was no signal from his authorities that Thursday’s eleventh spherical of upheaval would make it again down.

Talks between trade union leaders and Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne rapidly broke up Wednesday with no breakthrough, setting the stage for protesters to return to the streets.

At Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport, about 100 demonstrators blocked a street resulting in Terminal 1 on Thursday morning and entered the terminal constructing, the airport operator stated. It stated flights have been unaffected, however vacationers towing their baggage needed to weave their well past flag-waving protesters.

A CGT consultant on the airport, Loris Foreman, advised BFM-TV that the demonstrators wished “to point out the world and Europe that we don’t need to work to 64 years previous.”

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PARIS — Protesters disrupted visitors at Paris’ fundamental airport and gathered once more in different French cities on Thursday for strikes and demonstrations searching for to get President Emmanuel Macron to scrap pension reforms which have ignited a monthslong firestorm of public anger.

In Paris, rat catchers set the tone by hurling the cadavers of rodents at Metropolis Corridor. That protest Wednesday was one of many extra surprising illustrations of how Macron’s plans to lift the nationwide retirement age from 62 to 64 have infuriated employees. Broadcaster BFM-TV confirmed the rodents’ emaciated corpses being tossed by employees in white protecting fits.

Natacha Pommet, a pacesetter of the general public companies department of the CGT commerce union, stated Thursday that Paris’ rat catchers wished “to point out the exhausting actuality of their mission” and that fury with Macron’s pension reforms is morphing right into a wider motion of employees expressing grievances over salaries and different points.

“All this anger brings collectively all sorts of anger,” she stated in a telephone interview.

Ten earlier rounds of nationwide strikes and protests since January have didn’t get Macron to vary course, and there was no signal from his authorities that Thursday’s eleventh spherical of upheaval would make it again down.

Talks between trade union leaders and Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne rapidly broke up Wednesday with no breakthrough, setting the stage for protesters to return to the streets.

At Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport, about 100 demonstrators blocked a street resulting in Terminal 1 on Thursday morning and entered the terminal constructing, the airport operator stated. It stated flights have been unaffected, however vacationers towing their baggage needed to weave their well past flag-waving protesters.

A CGT consultant on the airport, Loris Foreman, advised BFM-TV that the demonstrators wished “to point out the world and Europe that we don’t need to work to 64 years previous.”

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PARIS — Protesters disrupted visitors at Paris’ fundamental airport and gathered once more in different French cities on Thursday for strikes and demonstrations searching for to get President Emmanuel Macron to scrap pension reforms which have ignited a monthslong firestorm of public anger.

In Paris, rat catchers set the tone by hurling the cadavers of rodents at Metropolis Corridor. That protest Wednesday was one of many extra surprising illustrations of how Macron’s plans to lift the nationwide retirement age from 62 to 64 have infuriated employees. Broadcaster BFM-TV confirmed the rodents’ emaciated corpses being tossed by employees in white protecting fits.

Natacha Pommet, a pacesetter of the general public companies department of the CGT commerce union, stated Thursday that Paris’ rat catchers wished “to point out the exhausting actuality of their mission” and that fury with Macron’s pension reforms is morphing right into a wider motion of employees expressing grievances over salaries and different points.

“All this anger brings collectively all sorts of anger,” she stated in a telephone interview.

Ten earlier rounds of nationwide strikes and protests since January have didn’t get Macron to vary course, and there was no signal from his authorities that Thursday’s eleventh spherical of upheaval would make it again down.

Talks between trade union leaders and Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne rapidly broke up Wednesday with no breakthrough, setting the stage for protesters to return to the streets.

At Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport, about 100 demonstrators blocked a street resulting in Terminal 1 on Thursday morning and entered the terminal constructing, the airport operator stated. It stated flights have been unaffected, however vacationers towing their baggage needed to weave their well past flag-waving protesters.

A CGT consultant on the airport, Loris Foreman, advised BFM-TV that the demonstrators wished “to point out the world and Europe that we don’t need to work to 64 years previous.”

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PARIS — Protesters disrupted visitors at Paris’ fundamental airport and gathered once more in different French cities on Thursday for strikes and demonstrations searching for to get President Emmanuel Macron to scrap pension reforms which have ignited a monthslong firestorm of public anger.

In Paris, rat catchers set the tone by hurling the cadavers of rodents at Metropolis Corridor. That protest Wednesday was one of many extra surprising illustrations of how Macron’s plans to lift the nationwide retirement age from 62 to 64 have infuriated employees. Broadcaster BFM-TV confirmed the rodents’ emaciated corpses being tossed by employees in white protecting fits.

Natacha Pommet, a pacesetter of the general public companies department of the CGT commerce union, stated Thursday that Paris’ rat catchers wished “to point out the exhausting actuality of their mission” and that fury with Macron’s pension reforms is morphing right into a wider motion of employees expressing grievances over salaries and different points.

“All this anger brings collectively all sorts of anger,” she stated in a telephone interview.

Ten earlier rounds of nationwide strikes and protests since January have didn’t get Macron to vary course, and there was no signal from his authorities that Thursday’s eleventh spherical of upheaval would make it again down.

Talks between trade union leaders and Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne rapidly broke up Wednesday with no breakthrough, setting the stage for protesters to return to the streets.

At Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport, about 100 demonstrators blocked a street resulting in Terminal 1 on Thursday morning and entered the terminal constructing, the airport operator stated. It stated flights have been unaffected, however vacationers towing their baggage needed to weave their well past flag-waving protesters.

A CGT consultant on the airport, Loris Foreman, advised BFM-TV that the demonstrators wished “to point out the world and Europe that we don’t need to work to 64 years previous.”

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PARIS — Protesters disrupted visitors at Paris’ fundamental airport and gathered once more in different French cities on Thursday for strikes and demonstrations searching for to get President Emmanuel Macron to scrap pension reforms which have ignited a monthslong firestorm of public anger.

In Paris, rat catchers set the tone by hurling the cadavers of rodents at Metropolis Corridor. That protest Wednesday was one of many extra surprising illustrations of how Macron’s plans to lift the nationwide retirement age from 62 to 64 have infuriated employees. Broadcaster BFM-TV confirmed the rodents’ emaciated corpses being tossed by employees in white protecting fits.

Natacha Pommet, a pacesetter of the general public companies department of the CGT commerce union, stated Thursday that Paris’ rat catchers wished “to point out the exhausting actuality of their mission” and that fury with Macron’s pension reforms is morphing right into a wider motion of employees expressing grievances over salaries and different points.

“All this anger brings collectively all sorts of anger,” she stated in a telephone interview.

Ten earlier rounds of nationwide strikes and protests since January have didn’t get Macron to vary course, and there was no signal from his authorities that Thursday’s eleventh spherical of upheaval would make it again down.

Talks between trade union leaders and Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne rapidly broke up Wednesday with no breakthrough, setting the stage for protesters to return to the streets.

At Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport, about 100 demonstrators blocked a street resulting in Terminal 1 on Thursday morning and entered the terminal constructing, the airport operator stated. It stated flights have been unaffected, however vacationers towing their baggage needed to weave their well past flag-waving protesters.

A CGT consultant on the airport, Loris Foreman, advised BFM-TV that the demonstrators wished “to point out the world and Europe that we don’t need to work to 64 years previous.”

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PARIS — Protesters disrupted visitors at Paris’ fundamental airport and gathered once more in different French cities on Thursday for strikes and demonstrations searching for to get President Emmanuel Macron to scrap pension reforms which have ignited a monthslong firestorm of public anger.

In Paris, rat catchers set the tone by hurling the cadavers of rodents at Metropolis Corridor. That protest Wednesday was one of many extra surprising illustrations of how Macron’s plans to lift the nationwide retirement age from 62 to 64 have infuriated employees. Broadcaster BFM-TV confirmed the rodents’ emaciated corpses being tossed by employees in white protecting fits.

Natacha Pommet, a pacesetter of the general public companies department of the CGT commerce union, stated Thursday that Paris’ rat catchers wished “to point out the exhausting actuality of their mission” and that fury with Macron’s pension reforms is morphing right into a wider motion of employees expressing grievances over salaries and different points.

“All this anger brings collectively all sorts of anger,” she stated in a telephone interview.

Ten earlier rounds of nationwide strikes and protests since January have didn’t get Macron to vary course, and there was no signal from his authorities that Thursday’s eleventh spherical of upheaval would make it again down.

Talks between trade union leaders and Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne rapidly broke up Wednesday with no breakthrough, setting the stage for protesters to return to the streets.

At Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport, about 100 demonstrators blocked a street resulting in Terminal 1 on Thursday morning and entered the terminal constructing, the airport operator stated. It stated flights have been unaffected, however vacationers towing their baggage needed to weave their well past flag-waving protesters.

A CGT consultant on the airport, Loris Foreman, advised BFM-TV that the demonstrators wished “to point out the world and Europe that we don’t need to work to 64 years previous.”

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PARIS — Protesters disrupted visitors at Paris’ fundamental airport and gathered once more in different French cities on Thursday for strikes and demonstrations searching for to get President Emmanuel Macron to scrap pension reforms which have ignited a monthslong firestorm of public anger.

In Paris, rat catchers set the tone by hurling the cadavers of rodents at Metropolis Corridor. That protest Wednesday was one of many extra surprising illustrations of how Macron’s plans to lift the nationwide retirement age from 62 to 64 have infuriated employees. Broadcaster BFM-TV confirmed the rodents’ emaciated corpses being tossed by employees in white protecting fits.

Natacha Pommet, a pacesetter of the general public companies department of the CGT commerce union, stated Thursday that Paris’ rat catchers wished “to point out the exhausting actuality of their mission” and that fury with Macron’s pension reforms is morphing right into a wider motion of employees expressing grievances over salaries and different points.

“All this anger brings collectively all sorts of anger,” she stated in a telephone interview.

Ten earlier rounds of nationwide strikes and protests since January have didn’t get Macron to vary course, and there was no signal from his authorities that Thursday’s eleventh spherical of upheaval would make it again down.

Talks between trade union leaders and Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne rapidly broke up Wednesday with no breakthrough, setting the stage for protesters to return to the streets.

At Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport, about 100 demonstrators blocked a street resulting in Terminal 1 on Thursday morning and entered the terminal constructing, the airport operator stated. It stated flights have been unaffected, however vacationers towing their baggage needed to weave their well past flag-waving protesters.

A CGT consultant on the airport, Loris Foreman, advised BFM-TV that the demonstrators wished “to point out the world and Europe that we don’t need to work to 64 years previous.”

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PARIS — Protesters disrupted visitors at Paris’ fundamental airport and gathered once more in different French cities on Thursday for strikes and demonstrations searching for to get President Emmanuel Macron to scrap pension reforms which have ignited a monthslong firestorm of public anger.

In Paris, rat catchers set the tone by hurling the cadavers of rodents at Metropolis Corridor. That protest Wednesday was one of many extra surprising illustrations of how Macron’s plans to lift the nationwide retirement age from 62 to 64 have infuriated employees. Broadcaster BFM-TV confirmed the rodents’ emaciated corpses being tossed by employees in white protecting fits.

Natacha Pommet, a pacesetter of the general public companies department of the CGT commerce union, stated Thursday that Paris’ rat catchers wished “to point out the exhausting actuality of their mission” and that fury with Macron’s pension reforms is morphing right into a wider motion of employees expressing grievances over salaries and different points.

“All this anger brings collectively all sorts of anger,” she stated in a telephone interview.

Ten earlier rounds of nationwide strikes and protests since January have didn’t get Macron to vary course, and there was no signal from his authorities that Thursday’s eleventh spherical of upheaval would make it again down.

Talks between trade union leaders and Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne rapidly broke up Wednesday with no breakthrough, setting the stage for protesters to return to the streets.

At Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport, about 100 demonstrators blocked a street resulting in Terminal 1 on Thursday morning and entered the terminal constructing, the airport operator stated. It stated flights have been unaffected, however vacationers towing their baggage needed to weave their well past flag-waving protesters.

A CGT consultant on the airport, Loris Foreman, advised BFM-TV that the demonstrators wished “to point out the world and Europe that we don’t need to work to 64 years previous.”

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