Violence has intensified in recent days at scattered protests against the pension reform and Macron’s leadership.
No-confidence motion would need backing from around half the contingent of the opposition right-wing Republicans, a scenario seen as highly improbable.
French President Macron invoked a controversial constitutional power to impose the pension overhaul by decree despite two months of coordinated nationwide strikes and some of the biggest protests in decades.
French president invokes Article 49.3 of the constitution bypassing parliament while risking censure motion from the opposition.
The French President's trip to the continent has been dubbed a "total failure" even though Paris declared "the end of Francafrique".
"Look at us differently by respecting us, and not always with a paternalistic look. Francafrique no longer exists," President Tshisekedi told Emmanual Macron.
DRC's Tshisekedi presses his French counterpart Macron for sanctions against Kigali, saying he remains "doubtful about the good faith of those who attacked us."
Macron and Scholz’s efforts to find a negotiated settlement between Kiev and Moscow have seemingly backfired due to a poor understanding of the situation.
President of European Commission stresses that the EU “will target Putin’s propagandists" and extend the export ban, upon the request of the Ukrainian government.
French citizens protest pension reform, causing nationwide strike and deepening division with the government.
Protests against French President Emmanuel Macron's plan to reform the pension system gathered momentum on Tuesday, with more than 1.27 million people in the streets.
The nationwide strikes and protests are a crucial test both for President Emmanuel Macron’s government and its opponents.
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