paris - The strike in France against President Emmanuel Macron's reform plans was relatively quiet on Tuesday. However, as expected, airlines were forced to cancel hundreds of flights and remained close to schools.
According to the unions, more than five million people, including officials, teachers and nurses, heard the call to work.
However, the rise in protest protests in the country was opposed. According to the newspaper Le Parisien, the police estimated that about 26,000 protesters in the capital went up the street. Trade unions held it at 45,000 and throughout the country at 400,000. Counts of local governments in other major cities indicated a much smaller number.
In Paris, there were some minor screen protests between protesters and the warden. The police arrested eight people.