Labor strikes in France adversely affect transport

Workers' strikes in France affect transportation negatively: Participation of workers working in the transportation sector also negatively affects the strikes organized throughout France to protest the labor law reform and spread throughout the country. Airline, railway, subways and taxis support the strikes. Press members and football fans following Euro 2016 are most affected by strikes.
French state railway company SNCF announced that 60 percent of the high-speed train services and one third of the other flights can be made.
If the draft bill is approved, the daily maximum working hours of 10 will be increased to 12 hours and the unions who believe that workers' rights will be lost will not allow the government to withdraw the bill, otherwise they will not back down.

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