El Secretario General del sindicato francés CGT, Philippe Martinez, llegando a la RATP, para apoyar a un delegado de la CGT de la RATP, amenazado de despido en París, Francia, el 20 de julio de 2020. Foto de Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM
RM2DFF2NKEl Secretario General del sindicato francés CGT, Philippe Martinez, llegando a la RATP, para apoyar a un delegado de la CGT de la RATP, amenazado de despido en París, Francia, el 20 de julio de 2020. Foto de Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM
El Secretario general del sindicato francés Force Ouvriere (FO), Jean-Claude Mailly (R), y el director del sindicato francés CGT, Philippe Martinez, se marchan después de una reunión con el ministro del Interior en París, Francia, el 22 de junio de 2016, después de que la policía francesa prohiera una manifestación planeada esta semana contra las reformas laborales, poner en cabeza un punto de apoyo entre el gobierno y los sindicatos que han estado encabezando protestas contra los cambios durante meses. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
RM2CR3XCHEl Secretario general del sindicato francés Force Ouvriere (FO), Jean-Claude Mailly (R), y el director del sindicato francés CGT, Philippe Martinez, se marchan después de una reunión con el ministro del Interior en París, Francia, el 22 de junio de 2016, después de que la policía francesa prohiera una manifestación planeada esta semana contra las reformas laborales, poner en cabeza un punto de apoyo entre el gobierno y los sindicatos que han estado encabezando protestas contra los cambios durante meses. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
El Secretario General del sindicato francés CGT, Philippe Martinez, llegando a la RATP, para apoyar a un delegado de la CGT de la RATP, amenazado de despido en París, Francia, el 20 de julio de 2020. Foto de Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM
RM2DFF2GEEl Secretario General del sindicato francés CGT, Philippe Martinez, llegando a la RATP, para apoyar a un delegado de la CGT de la RATP, amenazado de despido en París, Francia, el 20 de julio de 2020. Foto de Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM
French Force Ouvriere (FO) labour union General Secretary Jean-Claude Mailly (R) and French CGT trade union head Philippe Martinez (2ndR) speak with journalist as they leave after a meeting with the Interior minister in Paris, France, June 22, 2016 after French police banned a planned demonstration this week against labour reforms, bringing to a head a stand-off between the government and trade unions which have been spearheading protests against the changes for months.  REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
RM2E6MEC4French Force Ouvriere (FO) labour union General Secretary Jean-Claude Mailly (R) and French CGT trade union head Philippe Martinez (2ndR) speak with journalist as they leave after a meeting with the Interior minister in Paris, France, June 22, 2016 after French police banned a planned demonstration this week against labour reforms, bringing to a head a stand-off between the government and trade unions which have been spearheading protests against the changes for months. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
El Secretario General del sindicato francés CGT, Philippe Martinez, llegando a la RATP, para apoyar a un delegado de la CGT de la RATP, amenazado de despido en París, Francia, el 20 de julio de 2020. Foto de Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM
RM2DFF2MMEl Secretario General del sindicato francés CGT, Philippe Martinez, llegando a la RATP, para apoyar a un delegado de la CGT de la RATP, amenazado de despido en París, Francia, el 20 de julio de 2020. Foto de Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM
French Force Ouvriere (FO) labour union General Secretary Jean-Claude Mailly (R) and French CGT trade union head Philippe Martinez (2ndR) speak with journalists as they leave after a meeting with the Interior minister in Paris, France, June 22, 2016 after French police banned a planned demonstration this week against labour reforms, bringing to a head a stand-off between the government and trade unions which have been spearheading protests against the changes for months.  REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
RM2CKYF6TFrench Force Ouvriere (FO) labour union General Secretary Jean-Claude Mailly (R) and French CGT trade union head Philippe Martinez (2ndR) speak with journalists as they leave after a meeting with the Interior minister in Paris, France, June 22, 2016 after French police banned a planned demonstration this week against labour reforms, bringing to a head a stand-off between the government and trade unions which have been spearheading protests against the changes for months. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
El Secretario General del sindicato francés CGT, Philippe Martinez, llegando a la RATP, para apoyar a un delegado de la CGT de la RATP, amenazado de despido en París, Francia, el 20 de julio de 2020. Foto de Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM
RM2DFF2HKEl Secretario General del sindicato francés CGT, Philippe Martinez, llegando a la RATP, para apoyar a un delegado de la CGT de la RATP, amenazado de despido en París, Francia, el 20 de julio de 2020. Foto de Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM
French Force Ouvriere (FO) labour union General Secretary Jean-Claude Mailly (R) and French CGT trade union head Philippe Martinez leave after a meeting with the Interior minister in Paris, France, June 22, 2016 after French police banned a planned demonstration this week against labour reforms, bringing to a head a stand-off between the government and trade unions which have been spearheading protests against the changes for months.    REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
RM2CKJAMYFrench Force Ouvriere (FO) labour union General Secretary Jean-Claude Mailly (R) and French CGT trade union head Philippe Martinez leave after a meeting with the Interior minister in Paris, France, June 22, 2016 after French police banned a planned demonstration this week against labour reforms, bringing to a head a stand-off between the government and trade unions which have been spearheading protests against the changes for months. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
El Secretario General del sindicato francés CGT, Philippe Martinez, llegando a la RATP, para apoyar a un delegado de la CGT de la RATP, amenazado de despido en París, Francia, el 20 de julio de 2020. Foto de Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM
RM2DFF2H0El Secretario General del sindicato francés CGT, Philippe Martinez, llegando a la RATP, para apoyar a un delegado de la CGT de la RATP, amenazado de despido en París, Francia, el 20 de julio de 2020. Foto de Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM
French Force Ouvriere (FO) labour union General Secretary Jean-Claude Mailly (R) and French CGT trade union head Philippe Martinez leave after a meeting with the Interior minister in Paris, France, June 22, 2016 after French police banned a planned demonstration this week against labour reforms, bringing to a head a stand-off between the government and trade unions which have been spearheading protests against the changes for months. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
RM2CMY7JBFrench Force Ouvriere (FO) labour union General Secretary Jean-Claude Mailly (R) and French CGT trade union head Philippe Martinez leave after a meeting with the Interior minister in Paris, France, June 22, 2016 after French police banned a planned demonstration this week against labour reforms, bringing to a head a stand-off between the government and trade unions which have been spearheading protests against the changes for months. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
El Secretario General del sindicato francés CGT, Philippe Martinez, llegando a la RATP, para apoyar a un delegado de la CGT de la RATP, amenazado de despido en París, Francia, el 20 de julio de 2020. Foto de Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM
RM2DFF2AGEl Secretario General del sindicato francés CGT, Philippe Martinez, llegando a la RATP, para apoyar a un delegado de la CGT de la RATP, amenazado de despido en París, Francia, el 20 de julio de 2020. Foto de Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM
French Force Ouvriere (FO) labour union General Secretary Jean-Claude Mailly (R) and French CGT trade union head Philippe Martinez leave after a meeting with the Interior minister in Paris, France, June 22, 2016 after French police banned a planned demonstration this week against labour reforms, bringing to a head a stand-off between the government and trade unions which have been spearheading protests against the changes for months.   REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
RM2CN737TFrench Force Ouvriere (FO) labour union General Secretary Jean-Claude Mailly (R) and French CGT trade union head Philippe Martinez leave after a meeting with the Interior minister in Paris, France, June 22, 2016 after French police banned a planned demonstration this week against labour reforms, bringing to a head a stand-off between the government and trade unions which have been spearheading protests against the changes for months. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
El Secretario General del sindicato francés CGT, Philippe Martinez, llegando a la RATP, para apoyar a un delegado de la CGT de la RATP, amenazado de despido en París, Francia, el 20 de julio de 2020. Foto de Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM
RM2DFF2HNEl Secretario General del sindicato francés CGT, Philippe Martinez, llegando a la RATP, para apoyar a un delegado de la CGT de la RATP, amenazado de despido en París, Francia, el 20 de julio de 2020. Foto de Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM