France - New protest against labour reform - November 30, 2017

Disruption to planes, trains, public transport services - and even national radio programmes - have been reported around the country as workers joined a fourth protest against President Macron's labour reforms. A total 170 demonstrations were to take place. Mr Macron used executive powers to sign the reforms into law at the end of September and published in the Journal Officiel. This latest round of protests took place ahead of a debate in Parliament on a bill to ratify those laws, which was to begin on Monday, November 20.

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