It was the first test for France's new president. Turnout may have been light by French standards but trade unions say Tuesday's protests were the first of many against Emmanuel Macron's labour reform. Macron had so far enjoyed a honeymoon period made easier by splintered opposition on the left and right. We ask about his plan, the cap on severance pay, the review of collective bargaining and whether it's the right medicine for a nation with double the unemployment rate of Britain or Germany.
Produced by Charles WENTE, Theodora LOULOUDIS and Laure FOURQUET.
Senior policy advisor,Trade Union Advisory Committee
Labour and employment law partner, JeantetAssocies
Communications head, Jean Luc Mélenchon