This video says about itself:
23 September 2017
Unions and supporters of the left-wing opposition in France are gathering for the latest in a series of protests against the president’s new labour laws.
They say Emmanuel Macron is destroying workers’ rights. …
Al Jazeera’s Natacha Butler reports from Paris.
From daily The Independent in Britain:
Macron tells workers protesting job losses to ‘stop wreaking f***ing havoc’
‘Stop stirring s*** up’, the President added
Thursday 5 October 2017 16:03 BST
French President Emmanuel Macron has generated outrage in France by telling protesting workers battling to save their jobs to “stop wreaking f***ing havoc”.
As the President spoke, some of the GM&S workers demonstrating outside the building became involved in confrontations with riot police. …
[Macron] accused them of “stirring up s***”, French language website theLocal.fr reports.
The President has faced repeated claims he is a “president of the rich”, and this week scrapped France’s symbolic wealth tax, immediately sparking remonstrations from opposition parties and unions. …
The move has also caused unease among Mr Macron’s centrist majority.
“Yachts, private jets, race horses, race cars or gold ingots are no longer included in the new wealth tax. That can’t be,” Joel Giraud, an allied lawmaker charged with steering the budget through parliamentary committees told Le Parisien.
“These kinds of symbols must be taxed much more. A yacht is bling-bling. It isn’t productive for the economy”, he added.
Under Mr Macron’s recently unveiled budget, corporation tax is also due to be reduced to 25 per cent by 2022 – a substantial drop from its current level of 33 per cent.