The pro-abortion law has been fast-tracked by the French government in order to obtain its adoption on or around March 8, 'International Women’s Day.' For that to happen, the text will need to be approved in identical terms by the French Senate by the end of February.
Macron suggested the need to suspend social networks as a response to the outbreak of riots; however, his comments drew comparison among critics with censorship measures in countries like China, Iran, and North Korea.
The divisions in France are no longer confined to those of race, nor of those keen to exploit the issue for political or personal gain. This is a crisis that appears to be insoluble from the point of view of the current political settlement.
Globalist institutions such as the European Union – which dictates up to 80 percent of France’s laws and fixes the amount of public debt EU members are allowed to have – are 'recommending' pension reform in order to restore fiscal health in countries that are already overburdened with public spending and socialist-level compulsory contributions.