Today's latest developments in the struggle against the new French employment law the CPE.
-Socialist MP François Holland warns Jacques Chirac that in his broadcast tonight, sticking with the CPE would open "a major crisis"
-"the fever mounts" writes Le Parisian after yesterdays day of blockings by high-school pupils, and the constitutional Council Decision to validate the CPE
-Chirac should give its green light to the CPE write La Tribune, Les Echos also predict Chirac will give the law the green light tonight.
-Jacques Chirac and Domenique de Villepin met this morning "at "length" to determine together the final position of the President of the Republic" who will make a statement this evening at 8pm
-the parties of left, who met today, request "solemnly" that Jacques Chirac withdraw the CPE
-All but three schools blockaded in Dijon
-High-school pupils block roundabouts in the towns of Midi-Pyrénées
-Office of Tourism in Marseilles blocked by cultural and arts workers
-58 universities disturbed by the anti-CPE movement, the Ministry for Education say
-"The SNCF [rail authority] draws the alarm on the risks for the safety which the occupations of stations represent"
-The trade unions of high-school pupils call for "all the high-school pupils of France" to gather in cities from 7.30pm
-A hundred high-school pupils organize a sit-in at the Places de la Bastille in Paris
-approximately 300 high-school pupils of Vitre block the departure of the cycle race La Roate Adelie to protest against the CPE