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After violent protests – Macron promises higher salary
After violent protests – Macron promises a higher salary

After weeks of violent protests in France, the promise now president Emmanuel Macron, among other things, that raising the minimum wage over the next year.

– the minimum Wage for a worker should be increased by 100 euros a month from 2019, said Emmanuel Macron during a speech to the nation.

The violent protests in France and Paris has received the president of Emmanuel Macron to take back the tax increases on petrol and diesel, which was planned for 2019.

During the Monday evening the president a speech to the nation where he expressed understanding for the protests and the anger. At the same time, he condemned the violence as a part of the protesters demonstrated against, among other things, police and emergency responders.

Emmanuel Macron also gave a lot of political promises. He urged employers to donate his bonus to the workers and promised a raise the minimum wage in 2019.

– the minimum Wage for a worker should be increased by 100 euros a month from 2019. We want a France where everyone can live a dignified life in their work, said Emmanuel Macron.

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