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Financial mismanagement and erosion: striking employees will keep the Eiffel Tower closed today and tomorrow |  outside

Financial mismanagement and erosion: striking employees will keep the Eiffel Tower closed today and tomorrow | outside

The Eiffel Tower in Paris remains closed. The employees decided to continue the strike.

Staff are dissatisfied with the city council's management and are filing a lawsuit against the state of the famous monument. The Eiffel Tower has remained closed since Monday, and tourists will stand in front of its closed doors on Saturday.

According to the unions, there is still insufficient progress in consultations with the Paris City Council. It is not clear how long the strike will last.

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Attention to financial management is the basis of union work. And on December 27 – the centenary of Gustave Eiffel – the famous tower's staff also kept the doors closed for this reason.

Staff also say they are concerned about the condition of the Eiffel Tower, despite ongoing restoration work. According to employees, corrosion is visible in several places. It is said that this indicates the deterioration of the monument's condition.

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