The protests against the working law drove to gasoline and electricity shortages and now the blockade of the Fubball European Championship threatens
The conflict for the controversial labor market reform in France is going on. About one third of the petrol stations have no more fuel because six of the eight refineries are counteracted and blocked. Since 16 the 19 nuclear power plants are also counteracted, electricity production decreased significantly. Up to 70% of the companies indicate that the workstore will soon be able to shut up if the strikes and blockages of the refineries continue. Prime Minister Manuel Valls has challenged changes to the labor market reform, but nothing wants to change the core of the reform. He also experienced one "Aubert hard answer" and thus another escalation. The unions Responds with the inclusion of the Fubball EM in the strikes and protests.
Maybe you should send forward before looking at the situation in France, which, depending on the survey, 60% to 70% of the French from the government demand the jerkiness of the working law. This has not changed practically, although the strikes and blockages of refineries have meanwhile guided into massive closures in the supply of fuels and too many inconvenience for the population.