Louvre reopens after strike

Louvre reopens after strike

The Louvre in Paris, the world's most visited museum, has reopened after being shut down by workers striking over government plans to overhaul France's pension system, RFI reports.

It was the first time since the strike began on 5 December that the museum had shut completely although it was forced to close some galleries last month. Union leaders are seeking to widen opposition to the pension reforms proposed by President Emmanuel Macron's government, which have triggered the longest transport strike in France in decades.



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