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Strike of March 7: road radars turned off by the CGT-Énergie


The Mayenne inter-union has cut off the power supply to several road cameras in the department for several days.

The strike movement against the pension reform continues this Tuesday, March 7.

On the sidelines of the demonstrations, the CGT-Énergie 53 cut off the power to some of the automatic road radars in Mayenne.

An illegal measure that has lasted for several days.

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The inter-union had announced several “ Robin Hood

” actions

in a press release on March 2 to support the strike movement: “

The energy companies will not refrain from anything to force the government to let go.

Every day, the actions will be planned.

“Including “

targeted cuts

” of radars.

We make energy sobriety, in a somewhat random way, where it is technically feasible.

We do not indicate which radars are cut, if only so as not to encourage people to speed

, ”explained Thomas Bozonnet, regional coordinator at the CGT Federation of Mines and Energy at TF1.

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During the first major demonstration against the reform, on January 31, other operations of the same type had been orchestrated.

Several road radars had been symbolically deprived of electricity all over France.

In particular in the Lot-et-Garonne where the CGT-Énergie had also switched off 170 Linky electricity meters.

Source: lefigaro

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