Nurse is denied French citizenship because she works too hard
- The woman was denied French citizenship by the prefecture because she worked too much
- The nurse clocks a total of 59 hours a week, above the maximum of 48
- The Val-de-Marne prefecture said it would & # 39; not comply with the law & # 39;
- Many came to defend the woman after her refusal letter was shared online
Refusal by a local French prefecture to refuse nurse citizenship because the hours that she works are too long are faced with adversity.
The woman, whose nationality is unknown, works a total of three jobs in France and clocks 59 hours a week.
With an average of 271 hours a month, women's working hours are considered a violation of labor law in France.
The nurse, whose nationality is unknown, works a total of three jobs in France and clocks up 59 hours a week (inventory)
Her refusal was shared online by her friend, who was shocked by the incident
The Val-de-Marne prefecture in the Paris region, Ile-de-France, denied nursing citizenship because it "does not comply with the law".
According to the French government, she should work a maximum of 48 hours a week.
The prefecture went on to state that in two years' time she could again apply for citizenship.
Her refusal was shared online by her friend, who was shocked by the incident.
& # 39; Naturalization refused on the grounds that the candidate for French nationality works too much, & # 39; she tweeted.
The decision led to a backlash on social media, with some quickly approaching the nurse's defense.
A doctor pointed out that it was customary for healthcare professionals to exceed the maximum limit set by the government.
& # 39; I work more than 60 to 70 hours a week like a number of doctors, nurses … and I don't speak of trainees who can work 80 to 90 hours a week.
& # 39; So remove my nationality! & # 39; He said.
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