More than a million demonstrators against President Macron’s imposed pension reforms have clashed with heavy-handed…
Police clashed with over a million demonstrators opposed to President Macron’s pension reform
French authorities struggled on Thursday to suppress the protests against President Emmanuel Macron’s pension reform. Over a million demonstrators took to the streets across the country in what some security sources described as an “insurrection” against the government in Paris.
Tens of thousands of workers went on strike and protesters blocked public transportation, schools and oil refineries. Attempting to break up the protests, police used tear gas, water cannons, flash-bangs and batons. Videos making rounds on social media showed heavily armored officers clubbing unarmed demonstrators.
La police procède à de nombreuses charges et matraque les manifestants dans le cortège parisien.#manif23mars #reformedeseetraites pic.twitter.com/CfBHJ4G4pz
— Amar Taoualit (@TaoualitAmar) March 23, 2023
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