French workers keep fighting anti-worker law


This video, recorded in France, sayss about itself:

French workers speak out against labor law

27 May 2016

As strikes spread in France and Belgium, hundreds of thousands of people participated in demonstrations Thursday in the eighth nationwide protest against the “El Khomri” labor reforms implemented earlier this month.

The protests took place just two days after 60,000 people marched in Brussels to protest a similar anti-worker reform law. The demonstrations are part of a growing international struggle by the working class against mass layoffs, austerity and war.

WSWS reporters spoke to workers May 26 at demonstrations in Paris.

See also here.

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