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Pension reform: these town halls which will close on January 31 out of “solidarity” with the strikers


Paris, Montreuil, Lens… In Île-de-France and in the rest of the country, several mayors have already indicated that their municipal services will be

The call from the Northern MP sparked a flurry of announcements.

After the proposal by Fabien Roussel, national secretary of the PCF, of a "solidarity mayors operation" to allow civil servants to participate in the day of mobilization against the pension reform, several town halls have confirmed the closure of their services. Tuesday, January 31.

Thursday, the mayor (PS) of


Anne Hidalgo thus affirmed that she “responded” to the call of Fabien Roussel, on France 2. “Of course, there are public services which must continue, I think of the civil status, but the Hôtel de Ville de Paris will be united town hall on the 31st in solidarity with the social movement.

The situation is far too serious,” she added, saying the government reform was “unjust and unjustified.”

Concretely, the Town Hall will remain closed to the public all day, as well as the "Capitale(s)" exhibition on urban art, and two posters "Town Hall in solidarity with the social movement" will be installed on the facade, specified the City.

Only the "women's stop" for homeless women will be accessible.

A “broad invitation” to telework is also launched to non-striking agents.

Montreuil, Villejuif, Lens…

The call will also be followed in Île-de-France.

In the Val-de-Marne, the mayors of








have announced the closure of their municipal services.

In Essonne, the communist mayor of


, Philippe Rio, also called on “mayors and local elected officials to continue to engage in the battle against pension reform”.

The Cooperative calls on all Mayors and local elected officials to continue to engage in the battle against pension reform.

Next Tuesday, let's commit to the workers of the country!

Let's amplify the movement!

Another happy reform is possible!


— Cooperative of Elected CRC (@CoopEluesCRC) January 26, 2023

The city of


(Seine-Saint-Denis) is also concerned.

“I have just informed all the agents of the City of Montreuil that all municipal services will be closed on Tuesday January 31 from 12 p.m., in support of the mobilization against the pension reform with all the employees in struggle. in our country, ”tweeted the mayor (PCF) Patrice Bessac this Thursday.

In Pas-de-Calais, the municipal services of


will also be closed next Tuesday due to the mobilization, La Voix du Nord reports.

The PS mayor, Sylvain Robert, who says he is "in solidarity with the mobilization", had already taken similar measures on January 19.

In addition to closing his town hall in


(North), the elected Patrick Proisy announced on Twitter that the strike hours of his agents "would not be deducted from the salary from 2 p.m.".

The goal?

Allow them to "go to the demonstration in Lille in the afternoon", explains the mayor LFI.

So that the agents of @villefachesthu can go to the demonstration in Lille in the afternoon during the #greve31janvier, I decided that the hours of strike would not be deducted from the salary from 2 p.m.

Retirement is 60 years at full rate!


— Patrick Proisy (@P_Proisy) January 26, 2023

The municipalities of





Saint-Pierre d'Aurillac

(Gironde) will also be part of the movement, according to La Nouvelle République and TF 1. In Overseas, at Reunion, the mayor of


, Emmanuel Seraphin, has also just confirmed his mobilization, according to the L'Info site.

Source: leparis

All news articles on 2023-01-27

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