Social protests return on Tuesday morning between the place of Lorient Town Hall and Avenue La Perrière in Lorient. Nearly 3,000 people have answered the call of five unions to protest against the reform of the labour law.
At the call of unions CGT, FO, FSU, Solidaires and UNEF, nearly 3,000 people marched Tuesday morning between the place of Lorient Town Hall and Avenue La Perrière in Lorient.
They marched against the reform of the Labour Code by orders saying, as explained by Stéphane Le Roux, the new secretary of the Departmental Union of CGT, that “everything is done to facilitate dismissals in favour of the employers”.
A Place of social struggles
The procession has therefore taken the Avenue de la Marne arrived before noon at Ferriere where took place the traditional harvest of words.
On this occasion, at the entrance of the avenue that leads to the fishing port, the unions have celebrated the opening of a place of social struggles.