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LIVE / En direct: Paris / France – Protesters gather over pension reform. April 17/23

Live from Paris on Monday, April 17, as protestors meet to rally against President Emmanuel Macron’s decision to force through his pension reform. Macron will make a televised address to the nation during the same evening. France’s Constitutional Council ruled earlier on Friday that the plan to raise the minimum retirement age from 62 to 64 is valid, with the reforms now expected to come into force by the end of the year. Following the ruling, Macron signed the measure into law on Saturday. Protests have been ongoing since January and escalated after the government pushed through the changes without a vote in the National Assembly. The administration maintains the need for reforms to ensure the sustainability of the system.

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Protesters stormed the headquarters of French luxury conglomerate LVMH in Paris on Thursday. Dozens of people with an anti-capitalist agenda, according to local sources, lit flares and threw smoke bombs while breaking into the building. According to media reports, the fashion conglomerate enjoyed a 17 percent raise in its sales during the first quarter of the year, taking the price of its shares to a record high. The action took place amid continuing mass demonstrations against the pension reform, which raises the retirement age from 62 to 64. BOYCOTT
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Lyon France. April 13/23 Violence broke out.


Violence erupted during massive nationwide protests in France on Thursday against the government’s contentious pension reforms.

Some 380,000 people took to the streets across France, including 42,000 in Paris, according to Interior Ministry figures.

The General Labor Confederation (CGT) placed the figure much higher at more than 1 million, including 400,000 in the capital.

On the 12th day of nationwide demonstrations since January, protests were also held in several cities such as Lyon, Nantes, and Marseille.

The latest round of protests came as President Emmanuel Macron refuses to back down on the unpopular measures, with the Constitutional Council set to rule on the legality of the government’s bill on Friday.

As in previous rounds, some groups infiltrated the protests in Paris, vandalizing street fixtures and shop fronts, according to an Anadolu correspondent on the ground.

Police clashed with those groups, using tear gas and water cannons as the other side hurled projectiles at them.

However, tear gas was also fired at peaceful protesters, according to the Anadolu correspondent.

At least 10 police officers were wounded in Paris, one of them seriously, according to French daily Le Figaro.

Earlier, a group of protesters – members of the SudRail trade union – barged into the office of the multinational luxury goods conglomerate LVMH in Paris, the daily reported.

They chanted slogans and left without causing any damage, the report said.

The move was a symbolic one urging the government to take more money from the rich, as LVMH’s founder Bernard Arnault is currently the world’s wealthiest man, it added.

In anticipation of more protests, Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin has banned demonstrations near the Constitutional Council until at least Friday evening.

The government unveiled the reforms proposal in January and it was taken up for parliamentary debate the following month.

Workers and trade unions have vehemently opposed the reforms, which include raising the retirement age from 62 to 64 by 2030, and requiring at least 43 years of work to be eligible for a full pension.

Unrest in France intensified in mid-March when Macron and Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne used special constitutional powers to force the plan through without parliamentary approval.

The move sparked protests across France, where police were accused of making arbitrary arrests and using excessive force against demonstrators.

*Umit Donmez in Paris contributed to this story
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Lyon, France Several people including police were injured after clashes broke out during a protest against the government’s pension reform in Lyon on Thursday. Footage shows fierce clashes between protesters and police who responded to attacks with by firing tear gas in an attempt to regain control over the chaotic situation. Protesters marched from the 6th arrondissement of the southeastern city to Charpennes, as they expressed their anger ahead of a decision on whether the reform meets constitutional standards. Close to 10,000 people reportedly marched in Lyon against French President Emmanuel Macron’s unpopular plan to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64 by 2030. Since January, workers have held regular demonstrations and strikes across many industries, including transportation, energy, and education.The demonstrations have intensified since the Macron government decided to bypass a vote in the National Assembly and force through the plan despite lacking parliamentary approval. Violent demonstrations took place in cities across the country to oppose the package and the use of the executive powers, with heavy clashes between protesters and police, drawing concerns from the Council of Europe’s human rights commissioner.

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Austria: Protesters clash with police outside ‘Drag Queen Story Hour’ children’s event in Vienna

16 April 2023
Vienna, Austria

Austria: Protesters clash with police outside ‘Drag Queen Story Hour’ children’s event in Vienna

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