The day of 6 June will be decisive for the trade unions opposed to the government's pension reform. At a rally in Paris on May 30, Marylise Léon, the future boss of the CFDT, expressed that she wanted "a great day of strike and demonstrations". This is the fourteenth day of conflict since the beginning of the movement.
We will not turn the page: together, united and determined to win the withdrawal of the reform and for social progress, let's build strikes and demonstrations everywhere onJune 6," said the inter-union in a statement, composed of eight unions and five youth organizations. "If once again, the government persisted in passing by force, using constitutional artifices, anger would only be reinforced," adds the organization. So what to expect in transport and everywhere in France? Le Figaro takes stock of the mobilization.
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Air: flights disrupted at several airports
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC) asked airlines on Thursday to cancel a third of their flights at Paris-Orly, due to the participation of air traffic controllers in the strike of June 6. These preventive cancellations were also required for one in five flights to or from the airports of Lyon, Marseille, Nice, Toulouse, Bordeaux and Nantes, said the DGAC in a statement, warning that additional "disruptions and delays" were likely.
Rail traffic that should be slightly disrupted
If the federation FO Cheminots has called for a demonstration on June 6, traffic forecasts have not yet been published by the SNCF. The railway group should communicate them Sunday for TGV, Ouigo, TER and Intercités, and Monday for Transilien and RER. During the last mobilizations, disruptions remained minimal, which does not bode well for many cancellations. Passengers affected by disruptions will be alerted on their mobile phone or by email.
In colleges, high schools and universities
Teachers' unions have already called for a strike on 6 June, including FSU, Unsa, SUD Education, Solidaires, CGT Educ'action, Sgen CFDT, FNEC FP-FO and SNALC. In addition, five youth organizations have announced their support for the movement: Unef, Voix Lycéenne, Fage, Fidl and MNL. Students could therefore witness disruptions in front of their schools.