The call was launched on January 24, only a few days after the first mobilization against the pension reform.
Given the success of this meeting - more than a million people in the streets - the communist Fabien Roussel has set himself the goal of making it even bigger.
On the set of CNews, the deputy from the North chose to do this to speak directly to local elected officials, with a suggestion:
“Symbolically close their town hall”
And thus allow public servants to go freely to the new demonstrations planned throughout France, without deduction from their salary.
“I call on them to take measures of solidarity with the social movement,”
Also inviting the city councilors to
"put banners on the pediments of their town halls against the pension project".
“No one was talking about it”
This proposal, Fabien Roussel explains that he formulated it after an exchange with one of the mayors of his region who closed his town hall…
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