Showing posts with label Protests in France. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Protests in France. Show all posts

Tuesday, August 29, 2023

PAME: Solidarity with the workers of France against trade union persecutions

The All-Workers Militant Front (PAME) denounces the new attempt of the French Government to intimidate workers and criminalise workers’ struggles, by calling the General Secretary of the CGT Energy Federation, Sébastien Menesplier to give statement to the police for the militant initiatives developed by the trade unions in the past months against Macron’s pension reform.

The great months-long struggle of French workers has succeeded, through the huge mobilisations of millions of workers, in showing that the French people have rejected the French government’s anti-workers’ reforms. 

Thursday, March 23, 2023

Koutsoumbas s'adresse à la manifestation à Paris: "Le KKE, la classe ouvrière de Grèce est de votre côté"!

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Dimitris Koutsoumbas, Secrétaire Général du CC du Parti Communiste de Grèce (KKE), s'est adressé aux manifestants à Paris, le jeudi 23 mars 2023. 

Koutsoumbas s'est rendu à Paris pour exprimer la solidarité des communistes grecs à la lutte des travailleurs français qui manifestent contre la réforme des retraites du gouvernement Macron. 

Plus tôt dans la journée, le Secrétaire Général a rencontré des grévistes à la Gare Montparnasse qui l'ont accueilli par des applaudissements et des slogans.

Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Le Secrétaire Général du KKE, Dimitris Koutsoumbas, participera aux manifestations à Paris

Le Secrétaire Général du CC du Parti Communiste de Grèce (KKE) Dimitris Koutsoumbas sera à Paris demain, jeudi 23 mars, où il rencontrera des immigrés grecs et participera aux grandes mobilisations grévistes des syndicats français contre les mesures des Assurances et retraites promu par le gouvernement français.

Selon le portail, la délégation du KKE comprend également les membres du Comité central du KKE et les candidats députés Christina Panagiotakopoulou et Giorgos Perros.

Tuesday, March 21, 2023

PAME: Long Live the Struggle of the Workers of France

PAME, expresses its solidarity with the working class of France and the new General Strike on March 23 and the big daily mobilisations of the workers.

The working class, the youth and the people of France, with the militant trade unions in the front line, flood the streets of all French cities every day and carry out massive, militant strikes and multiform actions to prevent the imposition of the anti-workers pension reform of the Macron government. They clearly state that they do not accept to work til death.

Monday, March 13, 2023

France vs Macron: The struggle against the pension reform from a communist perspective

On March 7, millions of people took to the streets throughout France participating in a nationwide strike against the anti-popular pension reform by Emmanuel Macrons' government that plans to increase the retirement age from 62 to 64 years old. 
That was the sixth strike against the reform this year, following large mobilizations in January and February. Over 260 demonstrations were reported in the country, with the General Confederation of Labour (CGT) talking about 700,000 protesters in Paris. 

Wednesday, February 1, 2023

France: Workers protest against government's pension reform in the largest mobilizations of the last 20 years

Huge crowds marched across France on Tuesday to say "non" to President Emmanuel Macron's plan to make people work longer before retirement. 

According to the estimations of Trade Unions, yesterday's mobilization in Paris is the largest since 2000. 

The French Interior ministry said that a total of 1.272 million people took part in the protests nationwide, up slightly from the first nationwide demonstration on Jan 19. In Paris, a total of 87,000 people marched, compared to 80,000 on Jan. 19, it added.

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

France: Thousands of healthcare workers in the streets said "applause is not enough"!

“Applause is not enough” said yesterday hundreds of thousands of healthcare workers throughout France, demonstrating for their jobs, their rights and the country’s public healthcare system. 

At least 250,000 protesters in Paris, Marseille, Toulouse, Lille and other French cities participated in protests against Macron government’s neoliberal policies which lead to more cuts in public healthcare sector. To date, the government hasn’t responded to the major urgent demands of healthcare and hospital workers who ask for increased wages, for an end to bed and hospital closures and for an increase of healthcare workers in public hospitals with sufficient medical equipment.