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French Gov't Passes New Labor Law Despite...

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having 70% or so of its populace and unions - which represent a paltry % of the work force but which have strong popular backing it seems against it.

Q- Unions in the past year in fighting the proposed law have staged many highly publicized strikes - against the petro at the pump businesses to train and transport strikes and museum staffers and mass protests in cities.

Q- For French experts - if this new law is pushed thru an even unwilling Parliament will this portend for more such strikes that the tourist can aggravatingly get caught up in?

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/21/world/europe/french-government-pushes-divisive-labor-law-through-parliament.html?_r=0

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