The Louvre museum did not open Monday morning at 9 a.m., blocked by a strike by the museum staff inter-union.
The CGT-Culture, the CGT-Spectacle, the Federal Union of State Trade Unions - CGT, the CGT-Livre and the Departmental Union CGT of Paris are participating in this action with the staff of the Louvre on strike",
announces a statement.
This initiative is part of the continued mobilization of the inter-union Culture to demand the withdrawal of the pension reform
", explain the staff behind the blockage.
In a message on social networks, the management of the museum explained that "due to an interprofessional social movement, the Louvre Museum is not able to be open this early morning".
On Twitter, the CGT spectacle has hijacked the Mona Lisa by aging it and adorning it with a sign "64 is no".
The initiative, on the eve of the day of demonstration on Tuesday, is part of a mobilization of cultural circles against the pension reform which could affect several other national institutions in the days to come.