A month has passed since May 1st, the last day of very mobilizing action against the pension reform. But since it was promulgated on April 14, the pace of protest has slowed down, far from the days called every week or fortnight.
SNCF traffic will thus be "very slightly disrupted" Tuesday, June 6 for the new and 14th day of mobilization against the pension reform "with 9 trains out of 10 in circulation on national average". And it will be "normal" in Île-de-France on the entire RATP network, announced Sunday the railway authorities, in a brief statement.
250 shares in France
Apart from announced strikes at electricity and gas workers, in air transport, a third of flights are cancelled from Paris-Orly.
The unions are calling Tuesday for a 14th day of interprofessional mobilization, two days before the examination in Parliament of a bill by the Liot group to cancel the postponement of the retirement age to 64 years.
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Around 250 actions are planned in France. They are expected to bring together 400,000 to 600,000 people, including 40,000 to 70,000 in the capital, according to the authorities. A mobilization far from the record of March 7 (1.28 million participants according to the police), but which remains high, after a mobilizing May 1.