Over one million French workers are expected to join the country's second nationwide strike in two months. They are protesting French President Sarkozy's handling of the economic downturn. As unemployment has reached almost two million, organizers predict the protest will be even bigger than the last one in January. For more we turn to Hugh Schofield, the BBC's Paris correspondent.
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