Pensions: CGT and FO are working on the perspective of a strike interprofessional

the CGT and The FO, as are the trade unions not representative FSU and Solidaires, announced Tuesday that he would discuss "the perspective" of a strike inter

Pensions: CGT and FO are working on the perspective of a strike interprofessional

the CGT and The FO, as are the trade unions not representative FSU and Solidaires, announced Tuesday that he would discuss "the perspective" of a strike interprofessional to protest against the pension reform.

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Together in the intersyndicale Monday, these four unions, organizations of youth Unef, UNL and MNL, said to be "determined to defend a system of pension schemes based on solidarity and intergenerational," according to a press release. They are opposed to the reform desired by the government, where "nobody would be spared", "particularly women, often face interrupted careers, the precariousness and low wages".

These unions "affirm the need to achieve a unity of trade union action, the more wide and to construct alternative proposals of the reform" and "offer to discuss the prospect of a strike action interprofessional can rely on the calls".

Several unions of the RATP have called a strike for "unlimited" from 5 December to oppose the reform bill, which provides for a system "universal" to the points from 2025. They had organized a first strike very, followed on 13 September. For their part, the confederations CGT and the FO were launched in September, two separate calls. The secretaries of respective general had assured to discuss a joint action.

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Updated Date: 03 October 2019, 00:00

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