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A protestor holds an umbrella to protect from teargas during a demonstration on the 8th day of strikes and protests across the country against the government’s proposed pensions overhaul, in Nantes, on March 15, 2023. – France faces another day of strikes over highly contested pension reforms which President appears on the verge of pushing through despite months of protests. As the legislation enters the final stretch in parliament, trade unions are set to make another attempt to pressure the government and lawmakers into rejecting the proposed hike in the retirement age to 64. (Photo by LOIC VENANCE / AFP)

A protestor holds an umbrella to protect from teargas during a demonstration on the 8th day of strikes and protests across the country against the government’s proposed pensions overhaul, in Nantes, on March 15, 2023. – France faces another day of strikes over highly contested pension reforms which President appears on the verge of pushing through despite months of protests. As the legislation enters the final stretch in parliament, trade unions are set to make another attempt to pressure the government and lawmakers into rejecting the proposed hike in the retirement age to 64. (Photo by LOIC VENANCE / AFP)

A protestor holds an umbrella to protect from teargas during a demonstration on the 8th day of strikes and protests across the country against the government’s proposed pensions overhaul, in Nantes, on March 15, 2023. – France faces another day of strikes over highly contested pension reforms which President appears on the verge of pushing through despite months of protests. As the legislation enters the final stretch in parliament, trade unions are set to make another attempt to pressure the government and lawmakers into rejecting the proposed hike in the retirement age to 64. (Photo by LOIC VENANCE / AFP)