PROTESTS AGAINST LABOUR REFORMS ARE PARALYZING FRANCE


27/11/2016





Emergency fuel has been issued in France, a country paralyzed by the strikes against labour reform. Almost a third of distributors are running shortages, rows of cars are being reported, and the situation is serious especially in west of the country and particularly in the Paris region, so that in some areas rationing has been introduced.The government, grappling with one of the toughest trade union protests in decades, has authorized the oil association UFIP to draw on strategic reserves to guarantee supplies for four months.In six refineries out of eight production has slowed down or even stopped, reports the website of Le Figaro, while the risk of cuts in electricity supply was averted by the use of energy produced by nuclear power plants.By Louis DEMAND You can read the rest of the article on our issue of June

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