No concerted protests on May 1st in France despite social unrest

Despite unrest from students, rail and airline workers, union are staging separate rallies in France to mark International Workers Day.

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Despite ongoing social unrest across France and calls by Philippe Martinez, the leader of the militant CGT trade union, today’s May 1st demonstration is unlikely to see a “convergence of struggles”, reports RFI.