For the unions, this Wednesday March 22 marks the home stretch before the ninth day of mobilization against the pension reform.
With one exception.
For the CFE-CGC, this date marks the start of its 38th national congress meeting in Tours.
LIVE - Pension reform: Emmanuel Macron on TF1 and France 2 Wednesday at 1 p.m.
Spread over March 22 and 23, this high mass, which takes place once every three years, will be an opportunity to renew the governing bodies.
Unlike the CGT, which is holding its 53rd congress the following week in Clermont-Ferrand, no coup d'azzle is expected.
Number one, François Hommeril, is the sole candidate for his own succession.
He should easily re-enlist for a third and final term of three years.
On the other hand, behind him, a small game of musical chairs is expected.
The current Secretary General, Gérard Mardiné, is retiring at 64.
He should unsurprisingly be replaced by number three Jean-Philippe Tanghe, whose current position as treasurer will go to Farida Karad.
Read also Pensions: these unions tempted by radicalization
These days should also be an opportunity...
This article is for subscribers only.
You have 75% left to discover.
Want to read more?
Unlock all items immediately.
TEST FOR €0.99