French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday said he will raise the country’s minimum wage after four weeks of impassioned, and sometimes violent, protests focused on the struggles of the poor and working class.

Macron in a televised address said that the French minimum wage would increase by 100 euros, or $113.52 per month, in 2019. He added that he feels protesters’ anger is “deep, and in many ways legitimate,” BBC News reported…

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