Thousands of angry pensioners have taken to the streets of France to protest against the French President’s reforms and to call for a reevaluation of their pensions.
In Marseilles, several hundred pensioners held banners saying: “Lower pensions, rising tensions” and “no pensions below minimum wage”.
In Montpellier, there were 350 protesters, with one carrying the sign: “Macron, your pitiless world glorifies the law of the strongest.”
There were also hundreds of protesters in Dijon and Bordeaux.
The furious pensioners also took to the streets against Macron’s policies in September and May.
The reforms have been met with a backlash from workers unions, students and pensioners.
On Monday, hundreds of striking rail workers joined an angry demonstration in Paris as the parliament debated a law attacking their jobs.
A major day of protests has also been planned for June 20 over the right of migrants and new laws against migrants that Macron has planned.
Another sign the pensioners used is: “Be old and shut up!”
This comes as a new poll, conducted by Sud Radio, has revealed that eight out of ten people in France think that Macron’s policies do not protect the most vulnerable in society.
Macron has pledged to balance the budget in France for the first time in more than 40 years by the end of his term in 2022 — a task that will require an overhaul of state spending.