Glucksmann targeted by jets of paint in Saint-Étienne

Glucksmann targeted by jets of paint in Saint-Étienne
Glucksmann targeted by jets of paint in Saint-Étienne

For wages, for peace or even for a “more protective” Europe: after last year’s strong united mobilization against pension reform, the main unions are calling for action this 1er May with various demands.

For this International Workers’ Day, the CGT lists more than 265 rallies and demonstrations in France, in the “high” range, according to confederal secretary Céline Verzeletti. Some processions set off at 10 a.m. as in Strasbourg, Marseille and Clermont-Ferrand. In Paris, the demonstration must start at 2 p.m. from Place de la République towards Place de la Nation. In a fairly broad unity, since the CFDT and Unsa will be with the CGT, FSU and Solidaires.

As the European elections on June 9 approached, several leading candidates were announced to be present in the processions, such as Raphaël Glucksmann (PS-Place publique) in Saint-Étienne or Manon Aubry (LFI) in Lyon then Paris. But Raphaël Glucksmann gave up, after being targeted by paint jets.

Unlike last year when the eight main French unions (CFDT, CGT, FO, CFE-CGC, CFTC, Unsa, Solidaires, FSU) marched together against the pension reform, there is no word of national interprofessional order.

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