(Worthy News) – Violent demonstrators took to the streets of Paris Monday and across France to protest against French President Emmanuel Macron’s pension reform, joining workers across Europe in May Day rallies.
May 1 marks a worldwide celebration of labor rights, with Macron’s highly unpopular pension bill taking the forefront during the rallies in France..
Police were seen clashing with protesters during the demonstrations in Paris as people in masks threw projectiles amid clouds of tear gas. Local businesses were also targeted, including stores and banks. Ride-sharing bicycles were torched and bus stops smashed leading up to a union march at the central Place de la Republique. [ Source: Fox News (Read More…) ]
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