Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Post riot payoff pittance promptly plinked

Not fantasist enough, it seems:
«Unions and students in France plan to take to the streets today in nationwide protest over Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin's proposal to loosen the country's labor market.

Fifty-two percent of the French are against the bill, which introduces a new set of work contracts for those younger than 25, a survey of 1,056 people by polling company LH2 in French newspaper Liberation showed. Among those between 15 and 29 years old, 56 percent are against the new contract, according to the poll.»
First of all, why would one need work contracts in the law at all? When you’ve still got malaise, listening to “students” and unions is societal suicide.

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