March 16, 2023 Doris J. Tremaine 4051
Paris is reeling under the impact of fresh protests that have erupted after the French Government triggered Article 49.3 to approve Pension Reform without Deputy Approval. As per reports, the atmosphere in the city is tense, with protestors taking to the streets to vent their anger over the government’s move. The protests have been largely undeclared, and reports suggest that they have taken the administration by surprise.
The Pension Reform has been a contentious issue in France, and the government’s decision to use Article 49.3 to push through the reform has led to widespread outrage. The move has been seen as an attempt to bypass democratic processes and push through unpopular measures. The protestors have been demanding that the government listen to their concerns and engage in a dialogue to find a solution.
The situation in Paris remains fluid, with reports of protests coming in from different parts of the city. The authorities have been trying to contain the protests, but the scale and intensity of the demonstrations have made it challenging for them to do so. As the situation remains uncertain, it is important to stay updated on the latest developments.
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Reports of undeclared protests everywhere in #Paris. The atmosphere is said to be electric
Hundreds gather outside French Parliament building, chanting #MACRON – RESIGN! pic.twitter.com/cANKWaxuUq
— RRN.world (@RRN_breaking) March 16, 2023
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