Trucks block the roads and access to fuel storage facilities, causing traffic jams.
In France the unions create a blockade across the country in protest against the President signed Emmanuel Macron reforms of the labor laws.
So, truck drivers from CGT and FO trade unions used their vehicles to block eight storage tanks on Monday morning, starting at 5 p.m. local time.
It is noted that the trucks block the roads and access to fuel storage facilities, causing traffic jams.
Protests are held in cities such as Marseille, Dunkerque, Lille and lens. Also, the unions announced the blockade in Caen, Le Havre, Montville and La Rochelle. In addition, it will be blocked access to the oil storage tanks in Lyon, Montpellier and Provence.
The newspaper Le Parisien reported that at 9:30 police broke up a blockade near Toulouse.
Earlier it was reported that macron has signed five decrees that reformed the Labour code and declared that all activities of the reform should enter into force no later than 1 January 2018. According to the French Constitution, the President has the right to carry out reforms to bypass Parliament and of the predecessors of Macron, this right is not time used.
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