Dozens of funfair operators blocked traffic on Paris' Place de l'Etoile at the top of the Champs Elysees, on Tuesday, in protest against fairground reforms. The so-called 'King of funfair', Marcel Campion, called for a protest against the labour code reform dated back to April 19, 2017, and was passed prior to the election of French President Emanuel Macron. Protesters drove around the Arc de... Еще Triomphe, beeping their horns, as they decried reforms that they state will put their employees’ rights into question. Further action was organised in other French cities, including Tolouse and Rouen. Police told drivers to avoid Champs Elysees. The protest coincides with a day of nationwide protests against French President Emmanuel Macron’s announced labour laws.