Third day of half-hearted mobilization against the reform of French pensions

While the debates on the unpopular pension reform began on Monday with a mountain of invective in the National Assembly, while deputies received threats and suffered telephone pranks, the unions, still united against the government’s project , had made an appointment with the French this Tuesday in the street for a third major national day of demonstrations and strikes. Even if the figures announced remain substantial, the mobilization proved to be weaker than in recent days. One of the possible explanations: the winter school holidays have started in a large central area of ​​France, including the majority of the border departments of Switzerland.

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