A "little disturbed" TGV traffic, two out of five Intercity trains, three out of five TERs and one out of two Transilien trains will circulate on average on Tuesday, the day of call for the strike against the pension reform project.

New day of protest against pension reform. The CGT, Solidaires, FSU, youth organizations Unef and UNL are calling for a strike and demonstration on Tuesday to protest against the government's plan to standardize pension plans into a universal point system. SNCF railway workers concerned by the special schemes will also be mobilized. Traffic will be disrupted for Intercités, 2 out of 5 will roll, 3 out of 5 for TER, with traffic almost normal for TGV. Nothing to do, therefore, with the massive strike at the RATP 10 days ago. Because at the SNCF, there are already many internal problems to settle.

SNCF unions have a very busy social agenda until 1 January 2020, the date of entry into force of the railway reform: end of hiring status, opening to competition, establishment of a new "social pact" "in the company and in the entire railway industry ... The construction sites are numerous. What relegate the pension reform a little further in the order of priorities. The CFDT Cheminots will not be mobilized today. The UNSA Ferroviaire, she calls to protest, while the CGT Cheminots and Sud Rail chose the strike.

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"Hope can be reborn for workers to win other social fights"

But not easy to remobilize the troops, one year after the longest strike in the history of the SNCF. Bruno Poncet, federal secretary of South Rail, hopes that this will be the beginning of a movement of magnitude: "Even if the railway workers - like other workers in France - keep a bitter taste of the last mobilization, attack pensions In France, perhaps mobilizing, hope can be revived for the workers to win other social fights.

The most determined railwaymen imagine a convergence with their comrades of the RATP, who announced to prepare an indefinite strike from December 5 next