The blocking actions against the pension reform continue this Monday, on the eve of a new big day of demonstrations and interprofessional strikes, at the call of the inter-union.
In the waste sector, a crowd is massed this Monday in front of the incinerator of Ivry-sur-Seine (Val-de-Marne), to block access and oppose the requisitions of personnel.
A filter barrier has been installed there.
Several LFI deputies are present, in particular the leader of the Insoumis deputies Mathilde Panot.
Other elected officials from the left-wing party, including Clémentine Autain, are participating on Monday in the blocking of the Romainville waste disposal center, in Seine-Saint-Denis.
In culture, the Louvre museum is also blocked by demonstrators, and is therefore closed this Monday morning.
An action claimed by the CGT Culture.
In education and higher education, entries to Paris-Dauphine-PSL University are blocked.
Due to a blocking of all access to the Porte Dauphine site very early this Monday, March 27 by around 200 individuals and to ensure the safety of all, the university will be closed today", indicated
the university in an email to its students.
In higher education, the Saint-Charles campus of Paul-Valéry University, in Montpellier, is also blocked on Monday.
This is also the case of the Jean Prévost high school in Montivilliers, near Le Havre, the Harteloire high school, in Brest, or the Marcelin-Berthelot college in Montreuil (Seine-Saint-Denis).
In the oil sector, the TotalEnergies site in Pau was blocked this morning from 6:45 a.m. to around 10 a.m., indicated France Bleu Béarn Bigorre, as was the oil depot in Port-la-Nouvelle, in Aude.
In Nantes, protesters caused train delays, after blocking the Nantes-Blottereau rail depot, France Bleu Loire Océan reported.
In Nice, demonstrators have been blocking access to the logistics and activity park (PAL) in the Saint Isidore district since 5 a.m. this Monday, where more than 40 companies are located.