this morning it was a nightmare, but it was during the afternoon that they surprised us, no train from the morning until 4 in the afternoon. I understand that they try to protect their rights, but it is very hard for us.» There was severe disruption at Austerlitz railway station in Paris on Tuesday, as railway workers began three-months of strikes nationwide against President Emmanuel... Еще Macron's proposed labour reforms. Services throughout the country were running at reduced capacity, leaving many passengers stranded. One commuter said there had been no trains “from the morning until 4 in the afternoon.” Staff at SNCF, the French publicly-owned railway operator, are leading the walkout, will lead the three-month walkout, occur two days in every five. The unrest presents Macron’s biggest challenge since his election last May.