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245 protest marches across France tomorrow

Around 245 protest marches are planned across France tomorrow in addition to the strike action against pension reform which millions of workers are expected to take tomorrow.

One of the main union in France, the CGT has made a map with a list of all union demonstrations across the country. 

In Paris the protest will start at 14:00 from Gare du Nord. The protesters will pass by place de la République and Voltaire and end on place de la Nation. The gilets jaunes say they will be joining the march and 4,000 police men will be in place. All the shops on the way have to close from 12:00 

In Bordeaux, a march is set to start at 11:00 from place de la République.

In Lyon, the unions have announced that it will start at 10:30 from manufacture des Tabacs, in the 8th arrondissement and finish on place Bellecour.

In Nice, the CGT union said the demonstration will start on place Masséna at 10:00, pass by promenade des Anglais, Garibaldi and end at Tête Carrée.

In Grenoble, the protest will start at 10:00 from the train station and end on boulevard Clémenceau.

In Marseille, the march begins at 10:30 on the Canebière.

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