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ROUNDUP: Tens of thousands protest in Paris against Macron's reform News

Saturday, September 23rd, 2017 | bitcoin updates

PARIS (dpa-AFX) – In Paris, tens of thousands of people have protested against the controversial labor market reform of President Emmanuel Macron. The news station BFMTV and other French media reported that the police took no position on numbers. The left-wing politician Jean-Luc Mlenchon, who had called for the demonstration, spoke of a success. "The battle is not over, it is starting," he cried before the crowds at the Place de la Rpublique in the east of the capital. The government published the ordinances for the reform on Saturday and put it into effect. Macron had signed the texts on Friday. The first reform building blocks, such as the regulation on homework, are immediately applicable in the words of the state, while others can continue until the turn of the year. The easing of employment law is Macron's first major reform. In the fight against the high unemployment rate of around 10 per cent, the role of industry and business agreements is reduced, the protection of collateral is partially relaxed. World conglomerates can make a tribute if they have difficulties in France – and not in the whole group. Compensation for unjustified damages is limited. On Thursday, at least 132,000 people had already protested against the reform in France. Mlenchon brought a common approach with the trade unions into play. The head of deputies of the left-wing party La France Insoumise (The Unpressed France) in the National Assembly spoke in this context of "one million (people) on the Champs-lyses." The decrees have yet to be approved by the Parliament at a later date – in the National Assembly, Macron's party has the majority. This Monday the unions CGT and Force Ouvrire (FO) called for truckers to take action. The government already signaled that it does not want to give ./cb/DP/zb

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