Is this "the last of the ders" for the social movement against the pension reform? Just two days after the publication of the first decrees implementing the text, a fourteenth day of mobilization is organized this Tuesday by the inter-union, with its traditional strikes in public transport. Walkouts are also planned at electricians and gas workers. However, disruptions are expected to be minimal. Traffic remains "very slightly disrupted" at SNCF, with "nine trains out of ten" on average, and "normal" in Île-de-France on the entire RATP network. Unlike previous days, few disruptions were recorded in schools (5.67% of teachers on strike on average, according to the ministry), as in transport even if a third of flights are canceled from Paris-Orly and a fifth in most provincial airports.
In Rennes, the blocking of a bus depot by demonstrators leads to the suspension of a dozen lines. Same thing in Brest (Finistère) where traffic has been disrupted since this morning.