The unions have called for mobilizations for this Tuesday. The interior minister has issued 17 administrative bans to deny entry to the country to “members of the ultra-left from abroad”.
This was announced by the French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin this tuesday 11,000 police officers and gendarmes will be deployed in response to a new day of protest against the pension reform.
Darmanin has published a message on Twitter announcing the number of mobilized agents and warning of the arrival of “members of the ultra-left from abroad”. For this reason, it has issued 17 administrative bans to deny them entry into the country and “facilitate their arrest if necessary”.
Of the total of 11,000 troops, 4,000 will be in the capital Paris “to guarantee the safety of the demonstrations and the right to demonstrate”.
are expected between 400,000 and 600,000 demonstrators, according to an internal intelligence memorandum collected by BFMTV television. Of these, there will be between 40,000 and 70,000 in the capital, of which about 1,000 would be “radical elements”: 200-300 from the “ultra-left” and “yellow vest ultras”.
The unions called 14th “Day of Action” to demand the repeal of the pension reform and the raising of the retirement age from 62 to 64. That same Thursday, the National Assembly is studying a proposal to withdraw the reform tabled by the Libertades, Independientes, Overseas and Territories Group (LIOT).
Yesterday, the Official Gazette published several decrees implementing the measures included in the pension reform, such as the increase in the retirement age or the new rules for calculating the pension.
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