In Savoie, the CGT demanded the construction of a low wall in front of the front door of the permanence of the deputy (LR) Vincent Rolland in Albertville.
"+ The overturned walls become bridges + and consider this wall as an opportunity to reconnect with the People", proclaims the CGT on the site of the departmental union of Savoie, calling on parliamentarians to demand the withdrawal of the reform.
Locks or unlocks
In Bègles, in the suburbs of Bordeaux, a group of unions, activists and yellow vests prevented trucks from entering and leaving the logistics platform for fresh and frozen products STEF, where they usually collect orders to serve large retailers. .
“Between 23:00 p.m. and 07:00 a.m., no truck was able to load or unload,” explained FO Transports manager Luc Ligey.
On the university side, at the university of Lyon 2, classes were canceled on one of the campuses due to a blockage.
Conversely, the blocking of the oil depot in Port-la-Nouvelle (Aude), which began on March 16, was lifted on Friday at dawn by the police.
The General Directorate of Civil Aviation (DGAC) asks companies to cancel 30% of their flights again at Paris-Orly on Friday and 20% at other airports due to the strike by air traffic controllers against the pension reform .
The airports affected in the region by the removal of one in five flights will be Marseille-Provence, Bordeaux-Mérignac and Lyon-Saint-Exupéry, both Friday and Saturday.
At Orly, the situation will improve on Saturday for travelers with 15% of flights canceled, according to the same source.
In addition, the DGAC warns that "disturbances and delays are to be expected" and invites travelers to "postpone their trip and inquire with their company to find out the status of their flight".
Injuries and damage
Several incidents marked Thursday the 9th day of demonstrations against the pension reform. In total, 441 police and gendarmes were injured and 457 people arrested, according to Gérald Darmanin.
The Minister of the Interior also affirmed that there had been "903 fires of street furniture or garbage cans" Thursday in Paris.
The minister once again pointed the finger at the violence of "the extreme left (which) wants to attack the Republic"; and highlighted the responsibility, according to him, of "black bourges", "people of good family" who indulge in this violence.
The king's visit "postponed"
The official visit of King Charles III - the first of the sovereign abroad -, which was initially to take place from Sunday evening to Wednesday in Paris, in the Parisian suburbs and in Bordeaux is "postponed", "given the announcement of "a new day of national action against pension reform" Tuesday, March 28, announced the Elysee.
The decision was "taken by the French and British governments, after a telephone exchange between the President of the Republic and the King this morning, in order to be able to welcome His Majesty King Charles III under conditions which correspond to our relationship of friendship “, writes the French presidency in a press release.
The French presidency promises to reschedule the visit "as soon as possible".
This visit was strongly criticized by elected representatives from the left like the ecologist deputy Sandrine Rousseau, who asked for it to be cancelled, believing that Emmanuel Macron's priority is to "discuss with the society which is rising".
On the far left, the spokesperson for the New Anti-Capitalist Party (NPA) Olivier Besancenot summed up, hilarious, on franceinfo: Charles III, "we are going to welcome him with a good old general strike!"