March 21, 2023


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Jean-Luc Mélenchon: “What will happen from March 7 is extraordinary”

Social protest is on the rise in France. After several large mobilizations against pension reform in January and February, new actions will take place across France this Tuesday, March 7.

As in Belgium, there will be a series of rallies throughout the following week: a union rally on March 7, a strike for women’s rights on the 8th, a youth strike on the 9th, and finally, a climate demonstration on the 10th. If the reasons defended differ, they all aim to condemn the existing system and the inaction of the French government on various themes.

On Friday, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, head of La France Insoumise, spoke to Parisian students and high school students, encouraging them to take part in the rallies.

What will happen from the 7th is unusual”, according to our colleagues at BFMTV, started the Rebel Tribune. “Block everything you can“, continued Jean-Luc Mélenchon.

“A World to Wake Up To”

Young man, once you’re on the street, don’t stop there once you’ve pushed back Emmanuel Macron in retirement: talk to him about Parkoursup.”. To continue further:When high schools and universities are blocked, there is a seesaw. You will win”.

For Jean-Luc Mélenchon, the current meetings are not only aimed at condemning the pension reform. “It’s about a whole world”, he concluded.

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