Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Martinique : accord signé entre syndicats et patronat. Reunion:urban guerrilla warfare .

Violences à la Réunion Violence in "LA REUNION"
Par Georges Ducroc By Georges Ducroc
11.03.2009 l 06h53 11.03.2009 l 06h53

LA REUNION. LA REUNION. St-Denis Mercredi 11 mars 09. St-Denis Wednesday 11 March 09. ( - Scenario désormais classique, que ce soit en Guadeloupe, en Martinique et maintenant à La Réunion, la case « casse » et guérilla urbaine est devenue comme inévitable avant la case négociations Récit de notre correspondant à St Denis. ( - Scenario classic, either in Guadeloupe, Martinique and Réunion now, the "sensitive" urban guerrilla warfare and has become inevitable as the case before negotiations Récit by our correspondent in St Denis. Coup de chaud sur Saint Denis, la capitale dionysienne propulsée en plein climat de guérilla urbaine. Coup de chaud sur Saint Denis, the capital Dionysian propelled open climate of urban guerrilla warfare. Le Cospar aurait signé des deux mains pour une fin de journée plus glorieuse. COSPAR signed with both hands for the rest of the most glorious day.

Martinique: Les négociations entre le collectif et le patronat ont duré plus de 10 heures. Crédits photo : AFP
Martinique : un accord signé sur les bas salaires
Flore Galaud ( avec AFP 11/03/2009 Mise à jour : 10:52

AFP/RICHARD BOUHETAffrontements entre manifestants et force de l'ordre, le 10 mars, à Saint-Denis de la Réunion.
Picture documenting violence, click here to "Le Monde,fr"

AFP / PATRICE COPPEE Table of negotiations between management and the Collective Martiniquan February 5, March 10 at the Prefecture of Fort-de-France LEMONDE.FR avec AFP 11.03.09 08h08 • Mis à jour le 11.03.09 11h32

Published on 11/03/2009 at 09:01 - Last modified 11/03/2009 at 11:04 The Martinique: strike "softens" after the agreement on low wages

Social Movement in Reunion Thursday, extending the grumbling in the DOM By Chloé Durand-Parenti (Source AFP)

Published on 11/03/2009 at 09:06 - Last modified 11/03/2009 at 11:28 The Reunion: a mobile policeman wounded by a rifle shot Lepoint. fr (source: AFP)
Paris - Bands of roving youths set fires to cars and trash bins, looted stores and battled police on the French overseas territory of La Reunion as a demonstration protesting the high cost of living degenerated into violence, local media reported Wednesday. One policeman was injured by gunfire and 20 received other injuries in a disturbing reminder of the riots that shook French suburban ghettos in the fall of 2005. French media reported that 22 people were arrested.
The incidents occurred late Tuesday after thousands of people marched in the streets of Saint-Denis, the capital of this island in the Indian Ocean, to demand salary hikes of 200 euros (255 dollars) a month for low-wage earners and price cuts of 20 per cent for some 500 products.
After the Caribbean departments of Guadeloupe and Martinique, La Reunion is the latest French overseas department to be struck by strikes and protests because of the high cost of living.
On the island of Martinique, protests went into their fifth week on Wednesday, despite an offer by the employers association MEDEF for a wage rise of 200 to

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