What are the activities of Labor Day Europe?
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Update time : 2018-04-27 09:07:19
Europe still celebrates “May 1” with demonstrations In the UK and Germany, authorities fear that demonstrations may lead to anarchist disturbances. In Berlin, Germany, police and anarchists clash in the middle of the night and many people were arrested. However, thousands of union activists marched peacefully in the city. In France and Austria, people who oppose pension reform also took part in the parade. From the news screen of the Turkish national television station, it can be seen that the police used truncheons to protest the demonstrators and took away the hair of one of them and took him away.
Italy: No celebration, no vacation.
The European countries such as Britain and France all identified the May 1st as Labor Day. Many countries have a day off. Other countries will put public holidays on the first Monday in May depending on the situation. However, unlike most countries in the world, although Italy acknowledged the "May 1" International Labor Day, the government also expressed respect for labor, but most people do not hold special celebration activities, nor do they have a national "May 1" holiday. America
Peru: The state stipulates that May 1st is the Labor Day of the country and that the country is on holiday for one day.
The United States: The birthplace of Labor Day However, the "May 1st" Labor Day originated in the United States. In the 1880s, the American bourgeoisie forced exploitation of the working class in order to carry out capital accumulation. They used various means to force workers to work for 12 to 16 hours or more a day. The majority of workers in the United States came to realize that in order to protect their rights, they must fight.