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28 Октября 2010, 15:27

Люди протестуют против пенсионной реформы, из-за которой им придется работать на 2 года больше. Фото AFP

Railway workers participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS SAMSON
Railway workers participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS SAMSON , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND GUAY , A man holds a placard reading "A brutal and disgraceful power" during a demonstration on October 28, 2010 in Paris as part of the ninth day of actions against the pensions reform law, that was formally adopted by lawmakers. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND LANGLOIS , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY
Railway workers participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS SAMSON , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND GUAY , A man holds a placard reading "A brutal and disgraceful power" during a demonstration on October 28, 2010 in Paris as part of the ninth day of actions against the pensions reform law, that was formally adopted by lawmakers. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND LANGLOIS
Railway workers participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS SAMSON , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND GUAY , A man holds a placard reading "A brutal and disgraceful power" during a demonstration on October 28, 2010 in Paris as part of the ninth day of actions against the pensions reform law, that was formally adopted by lawmakers. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND LANGLOIS , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY
Railway workers participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS SAMSON , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND GUAY , A man holds a placard reading "A brutal and disgraceful power" during a demonstration on October 28, 2010 in Paris as part of the ninth day of actions against the pensions reform law, that was formally adopted by lawmakers. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND LANGLOIS , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY
Railway workers participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS SAMSON , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND GUAY , A man holds a placard reading "A brutal and disgraceful power" during a demonstration on October 28, 2010 in Paris as part of the ninth day of actions against the pensions reform law, that was formally adopted by lawmakers. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND LANGLOIS , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , People demonstrate against the government's pensions reform on October 26, 2010 in Fort-de-France on the French island of La Martinique. The French Senate confirmed its vote to approve the final draft of President Nicolas Sarkozy's fiercely-contested bill to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62. AFP PHOTO PATRICE COPPEE , People demonstrate against the government's pensions reform on October 26, 2010 in Fort-de-France on the French island of La Martinique. The French Senate confirmed its vote to approve the final draft of President Nicolas Sarkozy's fiercely-contested bill to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62. AFP PHOTO PATRICE COPPEE , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Saint-Denis de la Reunion, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD BOUHET , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Saint-Denis de la Reunion, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD BOUHET , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Saint-Denis de la Reunion, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD BOUHET , A youth holds a placard reading " Retirement at 60 " as people participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Saint-Denis de la Reunion, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD BOUHET , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Toulouse, southwestern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ERIC CABANIS
Railway workers participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS SAMSON , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND GUAY , A man holds a placard reading "A brutal and disgraceful power" during a demonstration on October 28, 2010 in Paris as part of the ninth day of actions against the pensions reform law, that was formally adopted by lawmakers. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND LANGLOIS , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , People demonstrate against the government's pensions reform on October 26, 2010 in Fort-de-France on the French island of La Martinique. The French Senate confirmed its vote to approve the final draft of President Nicolas Sarkozy's fiercely-contested bill to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62. AFP PHOTO PATRICE COPPEE , People demonstrate against the government's pensions reform on October 26, 2010 in Fort-de-France on the French island of La Martinique. The French Senate confirmed its vote to approve the final draft of President Nicolas Sarkozy's fiercely-contested bill to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62. AFP PHOTO PATRICE COPPEE , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Saint-Denis de la Reunion, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD BOUHET , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Saint-Denis de la Reunion, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD BOUHET
Railway workers participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS SAMSON , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND GUAY , A man holds a placard reading "A brutal and disgraceful power" during a demonstration on October 28, 2010 in Paris as part of the ninth day of actions against the pensions reform law, that was formally adopted by lawmakers. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND LANGLOIS , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , People demonstrate against the government's pensions reform on October 26, 2010 in Fort-de-France on the French island of La Martinique. The French Senate confirmed its vote to approve the final draft of President Nicolas Sarkozy's fiercely-contested bill to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62. AFP PHOTO PATRICE COPPEE , People demonstrate against the government's pensions reform on October 26, 2010 in Fort-de-France on the French island of La Martinique. The French Senate confirmed its vote to approve the final draft of President Nicolas Sarkozy's fiercely-contested bill to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62. AFP PHOTO PATRICE COPPEE , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Saint-Denis de la Reunion, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD BOUHET , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Saint-Denis de la Reunion, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD BOUHET , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Saint-Denis de la Reunion, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD BOUHET
Railway workers participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS SAMSON , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT
Railway workers participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS SAMSON , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND GUAY , A man holds a placard reading "A brutal and disgraceful power" during a demonstration on October 28, 2010 in Paris as part of the ninth day of actions against the pensions reform law, that was formally adopted by lawmakers. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND LANGLOIS , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , People demonstrate against the government's pensions reform on October 26, 2010 in Fort-de-France on the French island of La Martinique. The French Senate confirmed its vote to approve the final draft of President Nicolas Sarkozy's fiercely-contested bill to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62. AFP PHOTO PATRICE COPPEE , People demonstrate against the government's pensions reform on October 26, 2010 in Fort-de-France on the French island of La Martinique. The French Senate confirmed its vote to approve the final draft of President Nicolas Sarkozy's fiercely-contested bill to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62. AFP PHOTO PATRICE COPPEE , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Saint-Denis de la Reunion, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD BOUHET , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Saint-Denis de la Reunion, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD BOUHET , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Saint-Denis de la Reunion, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD BOUHET , A youth holds a placard reading " Retirement at 60 " as people participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Saint-Denis de la Reunion, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD BOUHET
Railway workers participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS SAMSON , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND GUAY , A man holds a placard reading "A brutal and disgraceful power" during a demonstration on October 28, 2010 in Paris as part of the ninth day of actions against the pensions reform law, that was formally adopted by lawmakers. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND LANGLOIS , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , People demonstrate against the government's pensions reform on October 26, 2010 in Fort-de-France on the French island of La Martinique. The French Senate confirmed its vote to approve the final draft of President Nicolas Sarkozy's fiercely-contested bill to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62. AFP PHOTO PATRICE COPPEE
Railway workers participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS SAMSON , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND GUAY , A man holds a placard reading "A brutal and disgraceful power" during a demonstration on October 28, 2010 in Paris as part of the ninth day of actions against the pensions reform law, that was formally adopted by lawmakers. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND LANGLOIS , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , People demonstrate against the government's pensions reform on October 26, 2010 in Fort-de-France on the French island of La Martinique. The French Senate confirmed its vote to approve the final draft of President Nicolas Sarkozy's fiercely-contested bill to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62. AFP PHOTO PATRICE COPPEE , People demonstrate against the government's pensions reform on October 26, 2010 in Fort-de-France on the French island of La Martinique. The French Senate confirmed its vote to approve the final draft of President Nicolas Sarkozy's fiercely-contested bill to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62. AFP PHOTO PATRICE COPPEE
Railway workers participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS SAMSON , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT
Railway workers participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS SAMSON , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND GUAY
Railway workers participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS SAMSON , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Marseille, southern France, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Paris, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND GUAY , A man holds a placard reading "A brutal and disgraceful power" during a demonstration on October 28, 2010 in Paris as part of the ninth day of actions against the pensions reform law, that was formally adopted by lawmakers. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND LANGLOIS , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , Employees of the French oil giant Total refinery of Donges ride to block the trafic on a main way during a demonstration part of the nith national day of protest on October 28, 2010 in Donges, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY , People demonstrate against the government's pensions reform on October 26, 2010 in Fort-de-France on the French island of La Martinique. The French Senate confirmed its vote to approve the final draft of President Nicolas Sarkozy's fiercely-contested bill to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62. AFP PHOTO PATRICE COPPEE , People demonstrate against the government's pensions reform on October 26, 2010 in Fort-de-France on the French island of La Martinique. The French Senate confirmed its vote to approve the final draft of President Nicolas Sarkozy's fiercely-contested bill to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62. AFP PHOTO PATRICE COPPEE , People participate in the ninth day of action on October 28, 2010 in Saint-Denis de la Reunion, one day after French lawmakers formally adopted French President's fiercely contested law on pension reform, despite weeks of nationwide protests and strikes with even more planned. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD BOUHET

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