A protester holds a placard reading "Macron you are ugly" during a march against President Emmanuel Macron's pro-business reforms and to demand more social justice in Paris, Sturday, May 26, 2018. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)
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Tens of thousands of people took to the streets across France on Saturday to protest against Emmanuel Macron's policies, but the president said nothing would stop his economic reforms.The marches, which organisers labelled a "popular tide", were called by 60 unions, political parties and associations angry at Macron's political overhauls.However, in Paris police reported a turnout of just 21,000 while the CGT leftist union claimed 80,000 and 250,000 throughout the country.It was the third day of stoppages and demonstrations by public workers since last year's sweeping election win by Macron, who has pledged to reduce spending, trim jobs and overhaul large parts of the vast French state.
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