Paris, Sep 13 (EFE) .- The French Prime Minister, Edouard Philippe, underlined his willingness to continue with the labor reform, which should be in force "at the end of September", after the first day of mobilizations against him organized yesterday by several unions. p>
"The mandate given us by the French people, we are going to put into practice," said Philippe in a interview with channel "France 2" in which he recalled that the labor reform was in the program of the president, Emmanuel Macron, when it was chosen in May. p>
"Those who are worried and oppose this text, he argued, have the right to do so. reform that we put in place announced the President of the Republic at the time of the presidential elections, "he added. p>
The protesters who yesterday demanded the withdrawal of the decrees law that the Executive plans to approve the next day 22 for an entry into force then asked "where is democracy" if it is questioned "systematically" the majority p>
Around 200 demonstrations in France gathered 400,000 people yesterday, according to the General Confederation of Labor (CGT). main central convener, although the police estimated that they were 223,000. scheduled another day of mobilizations on the 21st, on the eve of the Council of Ministers that will adopt decrees that will make the labor market more flexible, and on the 23rd there is another demonstration in Paris organized this time by the France Insumisa, the formation of the radical left.