youth organizations, supported by La France insoumise, parade in Paris

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3:23 pm : “We must ask for more effort from all those who have been gorging themselves in this country for 30 years”estimated LFI deputy Éric Coquerel, on the sidelines of the demonstration against pension reform currently taking place in Paris.

2:40 pm : According to the images transmitted by France Insoumise on Twitter, the march organized against pension reform in the Bastille will start soon.

2:08 pm : “THE retreat at 64, when you’re a nurse and your back is loose in your thirties, it’s going to be sporty. It could be the patients who will pick us up…”

carolina extremeemergency room nurse turned comedian, guested on Franceinfo. She shared her experience at the public hospital.

2:01 pm : It’s 2pm, time to make a new observation about the news:

• A dozen youth organizations march this afternoon in Paris against pension reform, actively supported by La France insoumise which hopes “bounce” on the success of the inter-union mobilization on Thursday. Follow our live.

• Ukraine regretted “general indecision” from its western allies who had refused the day before to supply heavy tanks. decision “kill even more of our fellow citizens”, lamented Mykhaïlo Podoliak, adviser to the Ukrainian presidency, on Twitter. Follow our live.

• A third of the savings made by the pension reform proposed by the government will be used to better develop everyone’s careers, Civil Service Minister Stanislas Guerini told franceinfo. Among the planned measures, the introduction of “progressive retirement” for teachers.

• After Amazon, Meta and Microsoft, it’s time from Alphabet, Google’s parent companyto announce a large-scale social plan with the elimination of around 12,000 jobs worldwide, or just over 6% of its total workforce.

1:45 pm : A dozen youth organizations are expected to parade from 2 pm on Place de la Bastille, in Paris, against the pension reform. Eleonore Schmitt, national secretary of the Alternative Students’ Association, explained the reason over the franceinfo microphone.

12:06 : Here’s amazing support. Billionaire Elon Musk split froma tweet support Emmanuel Macron, believing that the French president is doing “a difficult thing, but just” with this reform.

12:05 : It’s noon, time to make a new point in the news:

• A dozen youth organizations march this afternoon in Paris against pension reform, actively supported by La France insoumise which hopes “bounce” on the success of the inter-union mobilization on Thursday. Follow our live.

• A third of the savings made by the pension reform proposed by the government will be used to better develop everyone’s careers, Civil Service Minister Stanislas Guerini told franceinfo. Among the planned measures, the introduction of “progressive retirement” for teachers.

• Moscow has vowed to take retaliatory action against French media in Russia after freezing the bank accounts of RT France, the French branch of the Russian channel RT, which is suspended in the EU. Follow our live.

• After Amazon, Meta and Microsoft, it’s time from Alphabet, Google’s parent companyto announce a large-scale social plan with the elimination of around 12,000 jobs worldwide, or just over 6% of its total workforce.

10:40 am : “It is absolutely necessary to continue to convince, to present in detail the pension reform project that the government has prepared“ exhorted Stanislas Guerini, Minister of Transformation and Public Service, guest of franceinfo.

10:11 am : To defend its maligned pension reform, the government hammers home an element of language. “Almost four out of ten workers will be able to retire before the age of 64”, assured the government spokesman, Olivier Véran. True or false ? Quang Pham takes stock.

09:36 : “You have to tell young people not to be exploited, this demonstration today is actually driven by La France Insoumise, who often want to get it back.”

Stanislas Guerini, Minister of Transformation and Civil Service, denounced on franceinfo the Parisian demonstration against the social security reform planned for today.

09:10 : It’s time for the first point in the news of the day :

• A dozen youth organizations marched on Saturday in Paris against pension reform, actively supported by La France insoumise, which hopes “bounce” on the success of the inter-union mobilization on Thursday.

• The two candidates for the presidency of the Socialist Party, Olivier Faure and Nicolas Mayer-Rossignol, agreed to meet on Saturday, at 1 pm, in a verification commission to examine all the results, after a very hectic 24 hours.

• Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky believes there is no “no other option” that Westerners sent heavy tanks to their country, while Kiev’s allies did not decide anything during a meeting in Ramstein (Germany).

• After Amazon, Meta and Microsoft, it’s time from Alphabet, Google’s parent companyto announce a large-scale social plan with the elimination of around 12,000 jobs worldwide, or just over 6% of its total workforce.

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