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An Overview of Anti-Macron Mobilisation Emmanuel Macron and his government are facing their first major social disputes. The complexity and multi-sector nature of the movement raise interesting questions. A Question of Class.
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It preserved a shadowy Marxist existence. Sometimes, however, it surfaced surprisingly in the feature pages of newspapers, only then swiftly to disappear again.
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At this point, hardly anyone denies it: we are living in a class society again. A short historical overview is necessary to better grasp the destructive scope of this law, promoted and enforced by a socialist government — cruel irony!
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European Labour Rights at a Crossroads The dismantling of labour and social rights has gained in strength on the EU political agenda ever since the crisis broke out.
This phenomenon, if more acute in the so-called periphery countries, is however to be witnessed everywhere in Europe. DiEM and Co. The European Crisis is leading to rampant chauvinism, racism, and disintegration. Driven by this dynamic Europe is governed by state-of-emergency politics. Austerity, an intensified dismantling of labour and social rights and an inhuman, militarized border regime are being implemented in authoritarian ways, while asylum law is being whittled away. The labour movement in France is facing an unprecedented attack in the form of a radical bill introduced by the government that would largely dismantle the rights and guarantees enshrined in the Labour Code.
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However, this attempt is being opposed by a new dynamic combining trade union activism with an extraordinary mobilisation of youth, largely via social media, unseen on this scale since the lead-up to the mass protest against the First Job Contract in Where does the anti-austeritarian European social movement stand? This rally, in the host city of the European Commission, was part of activities organized in 46 countries across 5 continents. On 14 November — in the middle of the week — something new happened.
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