A draft "unacceptable" in the eyes of FO Transport and Logistics. Tuesday 24 September, the third federation of road called "indefinite strike from December 5," to protest in turn against the project of pension reform, which aims to end the special regimes. She thus joined the movement launched by the five trade unions of the RATP (Unsa, CFE-CGC, SUD, FO and Solidaires).
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"This project of retirement universal points is a regression without precedent for the whole of the workers of this country, the private and the public," said FO Transport and Logistics, which covers the sectors of road transport of passengers and goods, urban transport, or even move. "The consequence of this will, beyond the end of the special regimes, the end of the holidays of the end of the activity, as well as the end of the supplementary schemes Agirc-Arrco."
In the aftermath, the union Sud-Rail has also confirmed his presence at the strike of 5 December. "There is already an inter-union at the RATP, which had fixed the date of December 5, as a point of departure for a general strike. We seized this opportunity to focus the anger on this attack. It has to engage in a tug of war with this government," said Mathieu Borie, secretary federal of the SOUTH Rail, at the microphone of France Bleu Paris.Sud-Rail and FO Transport already on strike Tuesday 24 September
Sud-Rail and FO Transport and Logistics, already among the participants of the strike on 24 September against the government's draft of a universal system of retirement points. FO Transport and Logistics intended to protest in the face of the "projects of liquidation of public services and social dumping in the branch of the railway", from the reform of the rail passed last year. He would also like to advocate for the construction of a convergence of struggles and a level of strength that will dampen the government" to "stop the regression of society".
In 1995, a major mobilization had led to the government Chirac to go back on his project for the reform of the pensions and special schemes. About two million people had taken to the streets at the height of the mobilization.Updated Date: 27 September 2019, 00:00