In Paris, the police opened fire with rubber bullets on demonstrators opposing labor law reform. Aggravate the situation in other cities of France.
In the narrow streets of Toulouse to panic and stampede. Police tear gas disperse a spontaneous procession of young people, dissatisfied with the arbitrariness of the Prime Minister Manuel Valls. In a situation when more than 70% of French people are against the reform when Parliament against even the members of the socialist Party, he decides to pass a law by force. The Constitution allows it. Thousands of people organized through social networks. Demonstration in Nantes, Lyon, Tour. The night exploded stun grenades already in Paris . The national Assembly under siege, blockaded bridges across the Seine.
"This is the end of democracy!, - shouted the people. The dance was over. Valls resign!" The only thing that can now stop the adoption of highly unpopular law - a vote of no confidence in the government. The opposition center-right party has already brought the issue to Parliament. The discussion is scheduled for may 12. The Prime Minister does not intend to retreat, it seems, is feeling pretty confident, feeling the support of Francois Hollande. For him to lower the unemployment rate below 10% so be eligible to run for President of the socialists in 2017. The law will pay the employee for the extra hours is less, it will be easier to dismiss, and the role of trade unions will minimize in the hope that the employer will be more willing to recruit staff. For the dissolution of the Cabinet of Ministers need 288 votes, the center-right is 226. They may be joined and part of the socialists who are openly against labor reform. But whether they will go against their own Prime Minister now the main question.
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