The inter-union at the origin of the general strike launched on Monday calls for the lifting of dams, announced Bertrand Cambusy, secretary general of the CSTM, after violence on Tuesday.
The intersyndicale "
met and analyzed the situation, and taking into account (...) what we observed throughout this day (Tuesday, Editor's note), (...) the intersyndicale decided tonight to lift the dams,
”he said on Martinique La 1ère during the night from Tuesday to Wednesday.
This call does not, however, guarantee that all roadblocks will be lifted quickly, and that the clashes will cease, some of them being manned by non-union people.
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The movement has started to demand the suspension of the vaccination obligation for caregivers and firefighters, but advances various demands: increase in wages and social minima and lower fuel and gas prices.
In neighboring Guadeloupe, where violence of a magnitude greater than that in Martinique continued on Tuesday, the curfew was extended until November 28.
The Fort-de-France prosecutor's office opened an investigation on Tuesday after police and firefighters were the target of gunfire on Monday evening, in a popular district of Fort-de-France, without making injured.
Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin has made the reestablishment of public order "
the prerequisite for any discussion of course