Well, I must say Macron's interview (it was on Wednesday afternoon) went down like a ton of bricks. He got out the charts and proved it was necessary and said that he didn't mind being unpopular for doing something that had to be done, but it's not what the nation wanted to hear. Will they keep burning tires and blockading the refineries and not picking up the rubbish even when we get into spring break and Easter? Hard to imagine but if you are heading to France in the near future, be aware.I've lived in France for 30 years and if the past is any indicator the strikes will run out of steam by early April. Macron is going to be interviewed tonight on TV... we'll see if that calms the situation, or makes it worse!!
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