For the 14th time since January, the inter-union calls for a day of action against the pension reform, one month after the last large-scale mobilization, on the occasion of May 1st.
Demonstrations are again planned throughout the France, while the first decrees implementing the reform were published Sunday in the Official Gazette. What to expect in terms of disruptions? Let's take stock.
On the side of the SNCF, the CGT, the CFDT, SUD-Rail and Unsa have filed a strike notice for the day of Tuesday. According to traffic forecasts published by the railway company on Sunday, traffic is expected to be only "slightly disrupted", "with 9 out of 10 trains in circulation on national average".
In Île-de-France, RATP and SNCF announce normal traffic on the entire network. In the rest of the France, disruptions could occur on the various public transport networks, such as in Marseille, Lyon or Reims. Many cities report filed notices, but have not yet provided detailed traffic forecasts.
On the roads, the sectoral branch of the CFDT calls "to participate in the national mobilization", without giving more details on the nature of the disruptions to be expected.
In the air
A notice was also filed by representative unions of air traffic controllers, announced Thursday the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC).
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It has asked airlines to reduce their flight schedule by 33% at Paris-Orly airport and by 20% at Lyon, Marseille, Nice, Toulouse, Bordeaux and Nantes airports.
Primary and secondary school teachers' unions have called for a strike as part of the 14th National Day of Action against Pension Reform.
School teachers are obliged to declare themselves on strike 48 hours before the start of the movement in order to organize the reception of students, an estimate should be communicated by the unions in the coming hours.
In secondary education, on the other hand, there is no obligation. Thus, it will be necessary to wait until Tuesday at midday to know the trend, with the publication of the first figures on the union side and on the ministry side.
Half a million people expected in the processions
Strike notices have finally been filed in the public service and in the health sector, which could have consequences for the functioning of services.
About 250 actions are planned throughout the France on Tuesday. They are expected to bring together 400,000 to 600,000 people, including 40,000 to 70,000 in the capital, according to the authorities. A mobilization far from the record of March 7 (1.28 million participants according to the police), but which remains high, after a mobilizing May 1.
In total, 11,000 police officers have 4,000 in Paris will be mobilized, announced Sunday the Minister of the Interior Gerald Darmanin.