Protestors roam Paris to warn the new president of the negligence of the labor law

The French newspaper Le Figaro said more than 2,000 people took part in a demonstration on Saturday in the square of the Republic in the heart of the French capital of Paris, in response to the calls of about 70 trade unions to warn the next president of the need to pay attention to the labor law and preserve the social rights of citizens.

The marchers marched from the Republic Square to a number of places in the direction of Bastille, shouting slogans of general strike if their demands were ignored by the new president or violating his promises, as did the current President François Hollande. One of the organizers noted that since January, Consideration of labor law.

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