French rail workers begin months of strikes against reforms

French rail workers begin months of strikes against reforms

French rail workers begin months of strikes against reforms. Rail and airline unions begin series of strikes that represent the strongest test yet for Macron’s reform agenda.

French rail workers begin months of rolling strikes

French rail workers kicked off three months of rolling strikes Tuesday, part of a wave of industrial action that will test President Emmanuel Macron’s resolve to reshape France with sweeping reforms.

‘Black Tuesday’: French rail workers begin three months of

Rail workers kicked off three months of rolling rail strikes in France on Tuesday in protest over President Emmanuel Macron’s reforms. Train services were severely disrupted across the country.

‘Black Tuesday’: French rail workers begin 1st day of

Three months of rolling rail strikes have started in France, in protest against reforms by French President Emmanuel Macron. Train services have been severely disrupted across the country.

French Rail Workers Strike Against Reform, Macron Says No

French Rail Workers Strike Against Reform, Macron Says No Turning Back halted train services for the seventh day this month on Wednesday in protest over a major shake-up of the state-owned

France crippled as rail workers start three-month rolling

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Chaos in train stations and heavy traffic were reported in French cities on April 3 as transport unions went on strike in opposition to proposed reforms.

French rail workers strike against reform, Macron says no

PARIS (Reuters) – Striking French rail staff halted train services for the seventh day this month on Wednesday in protest over a major shake-up of the state-owned railway company, but President

French parliament passes rail reform that sparked months

The vote in the Senate is a blow to the labour movement, which called three months of rolling strikes over the bill, the longest industrial action on French railways in over 30 years.

After Months of Strikes, France’s Macron Looks to Break

PARIS (Reuters) – In early April, thousands of French rail workers filled a square outside one of Paris’s largest stations at the start of a strike against President Emmanuel Macron’s reforms.