François Hommeril, 61, was re-elected hands down on Wednesday at the head of the CFE-CGC, executives' union, for a new three-year term, assuring the activists that he had not said "his last word
This chemical engineer, geologist by training, president of the CFE-CGC since 2016, was elected with the secretary general Jean-Philippe Tanghe and the new treasurer Farida Karad on the first day of the Congress.
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Out of 508 votes cast, the trio received 474 votes (25 white and 9 uncast), giving a score of 93.31%.
This is more than in 2019 (91.79% of the vote) and than in 2016 (90.83%).
I haven't said my last word!
“, launched François Hommeril shortly before the election, highlighting “
an unsurpassable desire to carry for three years the ambition of the CFE-CGC to become even stronger
After having earlier criticized Emmanuel Macron's interview alongside CGT number one Philippe Martinez, judging that the head of state had "
gone to the moon
", he again castigated the pension reform as being "
the overdose of so-called courageous reforms
He stressed that from the start he "
denounced his suspicious and unbalanced motivation
his precarious argumentation
" and "
the injustice of his impact
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“Unique Thought Objectors”
And to attack those who “
are installed in all circles of power and distribute their prescriptions signed by Doctor McKinsey to leaders in full
As if nothing had changed for 40 years
Regarding the union's line, he felt that the term "
" had been "
distorted, emptied of its progressive substance by binary-minded political decision-makers for whom a union is called upon to be either an unrepentant dissenter or an accompanist zealous
François Hommeril claims "
a third way: that of being objectors of single thought
The Congress will continue on Thursday with a morning of discussions on socio-economic themes as well as the election of national secretaries and national delegates of the union.
The delegates, including François Hommeril, will take a break at midday to demonstrate near the Palais des Congrès, as part of the ninth day of inter-union mobilization.
Founded in 1944, the General Confederation of Executives (CGC), which became the CFE-CGC in 1981, is the fourth largest union in France and claims 160,000 members.