Louis de Ragnuenel 11:20 am, March 27, 2023

According to a note that Europe 1 was able to obtain, territorial intelligence expects a new day of mobilization particularly followed. Nearly 650,000 to 900,000 people are expected to march across France on Tuesday. But the intelligence warns of the explosion of mobilization among young people, and a "radicalization" among some members of trade unions.

For the tenth day of mobilization against the pension reform, territorial intelligence expects the arrival of 650,000 to 900,000 people, all over France. Including, 70,000 to 100,000 people in Paris (as on March 23). According to a note obtained by Europe1, dated Monday, March 27, the information warns about the possibility of tripling the mobilization of youth. The police fear the "radicalization" of some members of trade unions.

According to our information, the demonstration against the pension reform, which is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, March 28, should resemble that of Thursday, March 23. With a strong mobilization of the youth and the presence of several thousand thugs, from the ultra-left.

The note of the territorial intelligence mentions "200 communes" in which demonstrations should be held. The context is ultra sensitive: "This day will be part of a succession of days of social and societal demands, marked by clashes between protesters and the police, whether it is the day [....] of Thursday, March 23 or the mobilization of Saint-Soline against the mega basins".

The fear of youth: a mobilization multiplied by three

The intelligence bloodhounds highlight the fear of a strong mobilization of the youth: "In this context, a part of the youth, who did not initially feel concerned by the pension reform, finally joined the movement on March 23 [...]. They will be back in the streets on Tuesday, March 28, early in the morning to block their establishment and then, more numerous in the ranks of the processions." He added: their participation (30,000 people on March 23) could potentially double or even triple.

The mobilization of trade union workers is estimated at a range of between 500,000 and 600,000 people.

The unions overwhelmed by their rank-and-file?

This is what the police officers of the Central Service of Territorial Intelligence (SCRT) write: "the trade union organizations report a radicalization of some of their members, who are tempted to join certain citizen movements or radicalized groups".

Serious incidents in fifty cities

To conclude, the Place Beauvau fears the presence of radical militants, from 5am but also in the late evening, with a clearly stated objective: "exhaust the forces of order". Serious incidents are particularly anticipated in about fifty cities "where the bastions of the ultra-left are located".