Medical staff demonstration in Paris
The medical staff demonstration in Paris took place only a few days after the demonstration against police brutality. The caregivers went to beat the pavement of Paris as well as on all the French territory to claim more means but especially increases in their salaries. Paris had another day of mobilization.
In the last decades, politicians have been more concerned with the expanse of the social security, than with the working conditions of carers. In the first line of defense against the Covid-19 pandemic. The medical personnel fought as best they could and under difficult conditions this pandemic, lacking means more than ever. Elevated to the rank of heroes throughout the period of lockdown by politicians, applauded every evening by the citizens … But unfortunately quickly forgotten, from May 11th, the applause weakened, even ceased … the promises of increases in salaries disapeared… replaced by medals.
It was in this context that the caregivers’ demonstration in Paris took place. 18,000 demonstrators marched from the corner of avenue Ségur and boulevard Garibaldi to the esplanade des Invalides. Under various slogans for better conditions, more than necessary after these three months of health crisis.
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