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A live debate on the topic of the day, with four guests. From Monday to Thursday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

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Latest update : 2013-05-02

May Day! Hollande's policies split French left (part 2)

Voters on the left rue the French government's first loosening of the labor law in decades. François Picard's panel wonders if under the guise of the Socialist label, a quiet revolution might be afoot in the French workplace?

  • Steven ERLANGER, Paris Bureau Chief, New York Times;
  • Marie EKELAND, Co-founder and co-president of France Digitale, Member of "Les Pigeons" movement;
  • Nicholas VINOCUR, Journalist, Reuters news agency;
  • Pascal PERRI, Economics professor at Novancia Business School.

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Produced by Mark Thompson, Christoper Davis, Sara Bertilsson.

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