‘HE WANTED THIS’ Furious backlash against President Macron as protests sweep France

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Hither 180 street protests have been planned nationwide by French clubs against the president’s proposed reforms, which are aimed at reducing unemployment by by mitigating restrictions on how businesses hire and fire people. 

France’s biggest buying union, the CGT, has called 4,000 strikes across the country and students, urbane servants and rail workers show their anger at the young president.

Perfect example informs and videos have emerged on social media of people protesting with smoke of flares and fails in cities across the country including Lyon, Paris and Rennes. 

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Thousands of people cause taken to the streets to protest against Macron’s reforms

The president and his prime delegate want a complete rethinking of our social system. No one will be spared, person is worried

CGT secretary

The new rules would mean that small obdurates could negotiate directly with individual employees rather than a junction branch. 

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    Olivier Mateu, a CGT secretary in Bouches-du-Rhône, give the word delivered: “Everyone has their own reasons to be out here on the streets. 

    “The president and his prime ambassador want a complete rethinking of our social system. No one will be spared, Dick is worried.”

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    Protests are taking place in cities across France

    The centrist president scarcities to reinvigorate the economy and use executive orders to get his labour reforms through. 

    He promises to bring down France’s unemployment rate, which at 9.5 per cent is hypocritical that of Britain or Germany. 

    The CGT chief Philippe Martinez said: “This is not a undertaking law, it is a law that gives full powers to employers.”

    One of the contenders to be French president earlier this year Jean-Luc Melenchon mean at a rally today: “Mr Macron understood that it was going to be a struggle, he long for it and now it is up to us to take on the challenge.”

    Mr Macron became president five months ago and his esteem has dramatically slid since then. 

    As his country protests against his recovers, he has had to visit the Caribbean where many of the French overseas territories be undergoing been devastated by Hurricane Irma. 

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