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1.2 million workers, students reject new labor law in France

first_img“Work more, earn less!” Give your boss more flexibility so you can be “laid off more easily!” were some of the key criticisms of the new labor law that French workers explained to TV reporters were why they were protesting on March 31 in Paris and 250 other French cities and towns. The General Confederation of Workers estimated that 1 million workers, from both the private and the public sectors, also took part in the protests, along with 200,000 university and high school students and youths.“No more steady jobs” and “No reward for all the studying we’ve done!” were the negative comments on the new law from the students who marched with the workers.The unions representing most of the students participating in the protest issued a statement the day before explaining why they acted: “For the youth, this proposed labor law is a signal to increase inequality and poverty with no job security.”Public transportation in the Paris metropolitan area, as well as a number of other urban areas, was severely disrupted. The seven unions that issued a call for the general strike estimated thousands of work stoppages occurred. (Le Figaro, April 2)Le Point, the French weekly political and news magazine, published a public opinion poll April 3 that estimated 56 percent of the public supported these demonstrations.High school students came out in part to support their teachers, who were on strike, and because cops brutalized a high school student in Paris during a smaller protest the week before. A video showing this brutality got over 2 million views on YouTube. The cop was arrested, and will go on trial in May on charges of unnecessary violence.In Rennes, the cops beat a 60-year-old militant worker who wanted to occupy Parliament Square. His union is firmly defending him from the serious charges he faces, bringing this attack to the attention of the national media. (Libération, April 3)Especially in Paris and Rennes, there were confrontations between cops and youthful protesters.After the March 31 protest, a few hundred people gathered in Place de la République to show they wanted to continue the struggle even after the march was finished. They discussed what had happened, what should be done next and other issues roiling French politics, like terrorism, housing and employment. The cops evacuated them around 5 a.m., but, as organizers, they reacted by putting out a call on social media for a gathering the evening of April 1.A few thousand people showed up, according to some videos posted on Twitter using the tag #NuitsDebouts. The gatherings spread throughout France. As of April 3, there were 18 such gatherings, according to a map on the Twitter page.These Nuits Debouts, or Up All Night, like Occupy sites in the U.S. in 2011, have set up canteens, plus tables and tents to protect the books and leaflets being distributed. Participants are consciously trying to build a mass movement.Another signal that a mass movement is building is that the left-of-center newspaper Libération is putting out a children’s book for ages 8 to 12 on the issues involved in the struggle against the revision of the labor law.The unions intend to keep on protesting until the bill for a new labor law is withdrawn. The Socialist Party, which manages the government of capitalist France, is split by the attempt to impose the new law, with many rank-and-file members opposing it. Prime Minister François Hollande has insisted he will impose the anti-worker law. Whether he can will depend on the level of mass resistance.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

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Mourinho: Ferguson ‘urged’ me to sign Dele Alli during Man Utd era

first_img Spurs reached the 2019 Champions League final under Mauricio Pochettino. But their wait for a trophy continues and Mourinho is keen to bring that winning touch to the club. “I feel the club has very good players and players with a dream to win with this club,” he stated. “It is a dream to do something special with the club. They almost did, but they didn’t. The challenge for all of us is to make something special happen.” The Amazon Prime film gives a unique insight into Mourinho’s managerial methods. He is captured in conversation with the Tottenham players as he offers what is often stinging critiques of their performances in training and in games. read also:Mourinho calls Dele Alli ‘lazy player’ “People don’t understand the dimension of our job,” he added. “We are just the face of a structure. Of course, we need to manage not just the players but all the structure that you have around. “In modern football, the evolution in sport sciences and in terms of the organisation at the club is huge. You are just the face of it. Without top players and a great structure, there are no top managers. We are just the face of the project.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Jose Mourinho has revealed that Sir Alex Ferguson urged him to sign Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli during his time at Manchester United. In a candid extract from the new Amazon Prime documentary All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur that looks back at the last season at the north London club, the Portuguese tactician was filmed in conversation with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy as he suggested Ferguson believed United should try to sign the young England star. Offering his observations shortly after he replaced Mauricio Pochettino as Tottenham manager last November, Mourinho spoke to Levy about his admiration for Alli and his reservations over his attitude on the training ground. “Sir Alex Ferguson gave me one piece of advice in two-and-a-half years (at Manchester United). Buy Dele Alli,” stated Mourinho. “That guy, with that mentality, the aggression he has in his mind, this guy is a Manchester United player. And he has a good eye for a player, but he is not a good trainer and we need to find the right motivation for him. “I told Dele very directly he doesn’t train well. I’m not saying a disaster, but I’m not saying he is like Harry Kane.” Speaking at a launch event for the documentary series that will start screening on Amazon Prime next Monday, Mourinho went on to suggest he has been brought to the club to turn Tottenham into winners. The club has failed to win a major trophy since their 2008 League Cup final win. Loading… center_img Promoted ContentThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?A Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWhy Go Veg? 7 Reasons To Do Thislast_img read more

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