Why France's labour reforms bill is a 'complete disaster'
. . . which if they do not will all but ensure they slide into second world economic status.
This is unsurprising. The French are deep in their cups with the labor unions, and their socialist bent. It is hard to become excited about this, it's France after all, but I do hope they pull their collective head out of their arse, and makes these minimal necessary reforms.
This is the real problem with all of the southern European nations, they are far too enamored with the security element, and far too dismissive of the liberty element. In the end, this makes their economies moribund, and will doom them to economic second class status.