Toulouse: More Than 60,000 People Took To The Streets Against The Macron' Pension Reform

Protesters holds a cardboard depicting Bernard Arnault, the richest man in the world (Forbes) and reading 'Bernard pay yours taxes'. More than 60,000 people (80,000 for the unions) took to the streets in Toulouse for the 2nd time in two weeks against the planned reform of pension and retirement age. France's labour unions made a joint call for a new day of major strike action and protests across France against plans by President Emmanuel Macron's government to reform the pension system and raise the retirement age to 64 from 62, a move opinion polls show is opposed by a vast majority (93%) of workers already facing a cost-of-living crisis. Nearly all sectors unions called for this strike and protest : mining and energy, health, schooling sector, transportation, trucks drivers, refining workers, bank workers, etc. The retirement age would be raise to 64 years (for 43 years of continued work) and the pensions will be lower specially for women, 'short careers' and low wages people. The COR (Counsel of Pension Guidance), which depends of the Prime minister Office directly, said on September 2022 in its latest report that it sees no needs to reform the pension system as it shares in the French GDP will remain steady at least 2070. Toulouse. France. January 31th 2023. (Photo by Alain Pitton/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Protesters holds a cardboard depicting Bernard Arnault, the richest man in the world (Forbes) and reading 'Bernard pay yours taxes'. More than 60,000 people (80,000 for the unions) took to the streets in Toulouse for the 2nd time in two weeks against the planned reform of pension and retirement age. France's labour unions made a joint call for a new day of major strike action and protests across France against plans by President Emmanuel Macron's government to reform the pension system and raise the retirement age to 64 from 62, a move opinion polls show is opposed by a vast majority (93%) of workers already facing a cost-of-living crisis. Nearly all sectors unions called for this strike and protest : mining and energy, health, schooling sector, transportation, trucks drivers, refining workers, bank workers, etc. The retirement age would be raise to 64 years (for 43 years of continued work) and the pensions will be lower specially for women, 'short careers' and low wages people. The COR (Counsel of Pension Guidance), which depends of the Prime minister Office directly, said on September 2022 in its latest report that it sees no needs to reform the pension system as it shares in the French GDP will remain steady at least 2070. Toulouse. France. January 31th 2023. (Photo by Alain Pitton/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Toulouse: More Than 60,000 People Took To The Streets Against The Macron' Pension Reform
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