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DIRECT. Pension reform: follow the mobilization of this Friday, January 24


The pension reform is presented this Friday in the Council of Ministers. On the 51st day of the movement started on December 5, the inter-union

  • The conference on financing requested by the CFDT will be launched on January 30 at the Economic, Social and Environmental Council.
  • As soon as they are adopted in the Council of Ministers, the two draft laws (one organic, the other ordinary) aiming to create a “universal system” of pension by points will be transmitted to the National Assembly.
  • Points remain outstanding: the arduousness, the minimum pension, the end of the career and the employment of seniors.

»Follow the day's events

9:45. A retraining paid mid-career. On BFMTV, Sibeth Ndiaye announced that the government was thinking of "proposing a mid-career retraining" for arduous trades, "rather than letting people wear out in difficult trades and arrive completely broken at the end of their career" . This envisaged path would be to enable workers who wanted to retrain to continue to receive their salary "for six months".

9:40. The route of the Parisian event. The Parisian procession will set off around 11 a.m. from Place de la République. It will go up Boulevard Saint-Martin to Strasbourg Saint-Denis and then take Boulevard de Sébastopol to the quays of the Seine. It should reach the Place de la Concorde.

9:35. A new day of events. The Intersyndicale which met this morning decided on a new day of mobilizations on Wednesday 29 January.

9:30. Normal situation for traffic in Ile-de-France. After a slight peak between 6.30 am and 9 am, car traffic returned to a "usual situation" with 160 km of traffic jams according to Sytadin.

9 hours. Transport disruptions. If traffic has improved significantly in recent days, unions have called for a "complete blockage" for today. On the SNCF side, the company announces an average of 3 trains out of 5 on its Ile-de-France network, but nevertheless advises its customers, "as far as possible", to postpone their journeys. At RATP, several lines will be impacted with major disruptions. See details.

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8:45. The bill presented to the Council of Ministers. The examination of the text is scheduled for mid-February at the Assembly.

Source: leparis

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