France's emergency laws used to ban activists from labour reform protests

Unions have planned two days of protest and called strikes in the air transport, road freight, rail and oil sectors against the proposed reforms.

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The French authorities have used the anti-terror state of emergency to ban several activists from joining demonstrations against the government's labour reform this week. Unions have planned two days of protest and called strikes in the air transport, road freight, rail and oil sectors, reports RFI.