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France labour battles: an own goal?

Tuesday, June 14, 2016 - 01:30

French unions are holding another mass march against labour law reforms in Paris. As Hayley Platt reports, there are fears the country's already weak economy - and its president's standing - could be further damaged if the unrest continues.

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Football fans on the Rampage. Unions going to battled to a political reforms. A major headache for France and its president. Tens of thousands of workers took to Paris angry and planned changes to make hiring and firing easier. The CGT union says they would undermine labor protection you don't you don't through real animal it's about time the government starts to listen. That's the strong message we have today local children. Even stuff that the Eiffel Tower joined the fight losing business for the day. I worried that the protests of any harm the economy become a time when France is very much in the public guy. With the football that is going on and this is not good news for the French colony and future French investment. I must say a Russian football who have been placed this video UEFA now threatening to disqualify Russia for violence of the year 2016 championships. But don't on says leaving the contest is not an option for him. When one in ten in France around would joke one in four young people. Absent this they'll France has a very difficult future mostly along mayors that because when much of the bill is country kids on the line. Political pull some philosophies he recognizes this is essential. Iran's government wants to make the reforms go quite to lie. With the CTT saying this is the biggest dinner yet unit for three months of protest. A long politically hot summer could still buy it.

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France labour battles: an own goal?

Tuesday, June 14, 2016 - 01:30