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Matignon Accords

The Matignon Accords of 1936 were an agreement between the French government, employers and labour guaranteeing trade union membership and negotiating rights, a 40-hour working week and paid workers' holodays.

The Matignon Accords of 1988 were an agreement for increased New Caledonian territorial autonomy between the French government, Kanak independence activists and French settlers .