Five unions of the RATP launched Monday a call to strike on Thursday, December 17 to protest against "
" for the agents of the next opening to competition of the networks of the management, they announced in a joint statement.
This call "
to mobilize massively
" is launched to "
all the staff of the company
" by the first two representative organizations of RATP - Unsa and CGT -, with the SAT, Solidaires and SUD unions of the management.
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This strike was decided "
to illustrate the discontent and the concern which animate each agent of the RATP on the consequences of the competition
", in particular the conditions of transfer of the employees to private companies, explain the five unions in their press release. .
In mid-November, given the health crisis and the reconfinement, these unions had decided to postpone indefinitely a first call to strike on November 19, which they had launched in October.
Now, the health situation "
tends to soften slightly
", note these organizations in their press release.
These five unions are worried about the conditions of transfer of RATP agents to private operators, when the networks of the agency will be open to competition.
The bus network will be the first concerned, from January 1, 2025. They criticize the content of the territorialized social framework (CST) prepared by the government for this opening up to competition.
In their first call to strike, in October, the five unions saw in this CST a text of "
", in particular in terms of "working
conditions, remuneration, annual leave, rest, increase in time. of work, liquidation in the long term of the RATP staff regulations