The union's communique says the movement needs to once again discuss the situation with employees of the waste disposal and sanitation department of Paris, so that it can "start a strike even more actively," RIA Novosti writes.

On March 28, an action against the pension reform began in Paris at the call of trade unions.

The streets of Paris against the background of mass protests were littered with mountains of garbage, which became a source of unpleasant odor and disturbs residents. As noted in the city mayor's office on March 27, there were about 7500 tons of garbage in the queue for removal.

Unrest in the country began after March 16, French Prime Minister Elisabeth Bourne announced the adoption of a law that increases the retirement age from 62 to 64 years. The law was passed bypassing a vote in the lower house of parliament.