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The sleeping beauty seems to wake up.
After a lively weekend around the protest against the pension reform, with the rails blocked at Saint-Jean station and several fires starting in the city center, new demonstrations are planned for this Monday.
A rally will take place in front of the Gironde prefecture, at noon, at the call of several trade unions.
Many pickets will also be set up or renewed this Monday in the metropolis, in front of the Montesquieu high schools in Bordeaux and Elie Faure in Lormont and in front of the premises of Family Planning.
A snail operation on the boulevards
Since 7 a.m., the Régaz agency, located on avenue Labarde in Bordeaux and which manages the public distribution of natural gas, has been blocked.
The CGT Energies 33 union recalls this Sunday that "
the agents are more than ever determined to obtain the abandonment of this project
The picket in progress for ten days in front of the Blayais nuclear power plant is also maintained, and the CGT Energies 33 is now calling to strengthen and relay the trade unionists present on Tuesday, as part of a large rally in front of the plant.
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As in recent days, demonstrations are likely to break out in the city center.
This Monday, since 9:30 a.m., a snail operation on the boulevards of Bordeaux is slowing down the bus lines considerably, warns the operator Transports Bordeaux Métropole.
At the level of the tram, "
temporary stops in the station, even interruptions of traffic are to be expected on the sections of the city center
" and "
deviations are to be expected on the bus lines circulating or passing through the city center of Bordeaux
A new mobilization on a national scale is also organized against the pension reform this Thursday, March 23, and will take place from 12 p.m. in Bordeaux.