France faces another day of mass protests on Macron's pension reform on Tuesday


France faces a Tuesday a new day of strikes and demonstrations against pension reform of Macron, after the success of mobilizations from last Thursday-800,000 protesters, according to the Government, and a million and a half, according to the General Confederation of Labor (CGT).
The protests, which began on December 4, have caused the collapse in the transport system of large cities such as Paris, with crowded meters and suburbs.
The unions that oppose the reform of the pensions of the French president, Emmanuel Macron, the pressure rises this Tuesday with demonstrations and stoppages in public services that are coming to join the public transport strike that began last Thursday and it will last at least until the weekend. These protests are intended to "block and paralyze" Paris.

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