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Mobilization against pension reform: what to expect in Nice in the coming days?


The unions, who wish to multiply the actions "punch", intend to block the station of Nice and the airport this week.

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The executive shook on Monday afternoon.

It came close - just nine votes - for the cross-partisan no-confidence motion to pass and the government to collapse.

A battle lost for opponents of pension reform, not the war.

And for good reason, as soon as the rejection of the motion was announced and,


, the adoption of the reform, several spontaneous mobilizations were observed across the country.

In addition, trade unionists, of all persuasions, intend to continue the movement started on January 19, with ever more forceful actions.

Blocking of Nice station on Wednesday

In Nice, several small-scale gatherings have already taken place at the start of the week, in front of the Lycée Masséna and at the gates of the Cimiez hospital in particular.

Nothing too compelling so far.

It is from Wednesday that the situation is likely to get worse.

And for good reason, the inter-union announces that it wants to “block” Nice Thiers station in the morning.

“Nothing violent, it will be a festive gathering.

We simply want to raise awareness and inform the population”

, explains Céline Petit, the president of the CGT in the Alpes-Maritimes.

“We are not forbidding anything.

Things are going to be done by surprise”, s

she blows without further details, not rejecting the idea of ​​occupying the rails.

However, rail traffic will necessarily be affected and delays are likely to accumulate.

A communication from the SNCF is expected around 5 p.m. Tuesday on the expected disruptions.

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Protest and airport blockade on Thursday

Thursday, a demonstration is planned between the prefecture of the Alpes-Maritimes and the airport.

The rally is scheduled for 10 a.m. in front of the departmental administrative center.

“We are going to block traffic to the airport, a stronghold of capitalism”

, announces the CGT owner.

The management of the airport already foresees

“greater impacts on the flights of the day”.

Details of disruptions and cancellations are regularly updated on its website.

Once is not custom, unlike previous days of mobilization, no tram will run during the day.

As far as buses are concerned, a few lines will operate but the entire network will be severely disrupted.

Here are the ones that should circulate.

It is well made use of the conditional, because of possible deviations because of the manifestation.

  • Lines that should run normally: 22, 31, 40, 59, 67, 68, 69, 73, 77, 79, 80, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 88, 89, 90 + shuttle and 100% snow, 91+ shuttles + 100% snow, 92 + shuttles + 100% snow, 93, Exp 2, Cadam Nord, Specific Lines C, D, J, K, V, École du château, T Gilette, 34S, 51C, 51D, SLV1 to SLV5, Cagnes-sur-Mer I and Q, Vallées (741 to 745), Lines à la Carte C1 to C12, Haut Pays C32 to C89.

  • Lines that will not run: 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 30, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39 , 44, 50, 57, 60/61, 64, 70, 71, 72, 76, 81, 99, Coeur de Vence 2 and 3, Exp3, Cadam Est, Specific Lines A, F, M, P, W and 75D .

It should also be noted that no service is provided for people with reduced mobility and that all commercial agencies will have the curtain down.

Free parking

In return, the city of Nice has once again announced that parking will be free on the streets, which excludes underground car parks.

It also encourages carpooling with the Klaxit application.

The metropolis undertakes to pay 0.10 cents per kilometer on each trip.

Fuel shortage

Regarding the risk of fuel shortages, the situation is "

monitored carefully

" and the current state of stocks in "

the department's service stations makes it possible to cover the usual level

" of demand, indicates the prefect of the Alps. -Maritimes in a press release on Tuesday.

The representative of the State in the department has also taken the decision, by decree, to prohibit the purchase and sale of fuel in jerry cans until March 27 inclusive.

And for good reason, several service stations are experiencing partial supply disruptions this week on certain fuels due, in particular, to an increase in preventive purchases.

Source: lefigaro

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