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On the occasion of the workers protest in France, where people took to the streets in large numbers, Elon Musk announced on his Twitter account.

Protest of workers in France, Frances interior ministry, against plans to push back the age of retirement from 62 to 64, Elon Musk also announced.

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Macron is doing the difficult, but right thing. The retirement age of 62 was set when lifespans were much shorter. It is impossible for a small number of workers to support a massive number of retirees.

This article summarizes the protests that occurred in France on Thursday against a proposed change to the retirement age. More than one million French workers took to the streets to protest the proposed change, which threatens their rights. The strikes disrupted transportation, schools, and businesses. - French workers protested on the streets across France against the governments plans to bump up the retirement age from 62 to 64. The Macron governments plan was to reform the nations pension plans and most workers disagreed with it. The strikes disrupted train services and had a huge impact on travel in France. The protests were against the governments plan to raise the retirement age and reform the nations pension plans, which would have an enormous effect on most citizens who rely heavily on their pensions. The Macron governments proposed changes to their pension system have been widely criticized by citizens as well as other governments, who feel that it will be a burden for those already struggling financially in France.

On Thursday, the citizens of France organized demonstrations across the country, with many French cities taking part in nationwide strikes and protests. In Paris, hundreds of protesters filled the streets Thursday amid strikes and protests against President Emmanuel Macrons plan to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64. People from other cities across France also joined in on the nationwide strike to reject proposed pension changes that would negatively affect French workers. The outcry to Macrons proposed pension plan was evident throughout many French cities as workers shouted their disapproval for the presidents plan. In addition to Paris, people in Lyon and Marseille also took part in the demonstrations, with some protesters chanting "Macron resign!" This was just one of a series of nationwide strikes organized by labor unions throughout France on Thursday amid growing anger over Macrons proposed pension reforms. French President Emmanuel Macron has stood firm on his proposal despite criticism from citizens as well as other governments and unions. The French president has insisted that his plan is necessary for a more efficient pension system but has faced strong opposition from those who argue that it will not be beneficial for retirees or those nearing retirement age.

On January 11th, 200 more demonstrations took place in other French cities as unions and citizens threatened to resist the change. In Paris alone, 80,000 people protested against the governments decision to push back the retirement age from 62 to 64. In response, French unions announced new strikes in effort to show their resistance against the change. This mass show of solidarity was a threat to President Emmanuel Macron who has been trying to push through reforms since his election in 2017. The protests have intensified since then and French unions have threatened further strikes if Macron does not back down on his plans.

Workers from all walks of life have joined the protests, from teachers, nurses and refinery port workers to police unions. There have been several dozen protesters arrested in Paris, Marseille and other cities. The protest strikes have resulted in some small skirmishes between the police and protesters, with police firing tear gas to disperse the crowds. In addition to the calls for strikes across France, several European nations have also held protests against Macrons plans.

On Thursdays, thousands of French workers took to the streets in Paris in protest of the governments plans to push back the age of retirement from 62 to 64. The CGT Trade Union has organized mass demonstrations against what they believe are unfair reforms that will cost workers their hard-earned money and pension rights. Thousands of protesters also took part in separate demonstrations, demanding higher pay and better working conditions.

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