223,000 people demonstrated against the reform of the Labour Code in France, according to the Ministry of Interior. They were 400,000 according to the CGT.
The protests against the reform of the Labour Code gathered Tuesday 223,000 people throughout France, according to figures from the Interior Ministry, against a figure of 400,000 announced by the CGT.
The trade union federation has identified nearly 200 events across the country, including one in Paris between Place de la Bastille and Place d’Italie, and more than 4,000 strike calls.
Thirteen people arrested
Thirteen people in total were arrested during the first five-year social mobilization against Emmanuel Macron, has also said the Interior Ministry.