French rail union pledges anti-reform strikes to continue into July

One of the several railway workers' unions that have held two-day rolling strikes since April against the French government's reforms of the state-run network, ahead of the introduction of private competition, has vowed to continue the disruption despite parliament's final approval of the reforms on Thursday.

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The head of France's main rail union has announced it would extend months of rolling strikes into July even though the reforms it is protesting have been adopted by parliament, reports FRANCE 24.