While the bar of 40 days of strike has just been crossed, the intersyndicale, made up of the CGT, FO, the FSU, Solidaires, the CFE-CGC and three youth organizations, still demands the withdrawal of the project of universal system by points. Even if the so-called reformist unions did not call for a demonstration this week, we can expect very different actions across the country.
This Tuesday, the mobilization begins with a new operation "dead ports" launched by the CGT Ports and Docks. It calls on workers in the sector to stop working for 72 hours, pickets should be installed in front of the management of the country's seven largest seaports, notably in Dunkirk, Marseille and Nantes-Saint-Nazaire.
Two Banque de France centers have also been blocked from calling CGT since the beginning of the week.
Another highlight planned for Tuesday is the collective resignation of 1,000 hospital doctors from the Inter-Hôpitaux collective. While the Minister of Labor Muriel Pénicaud will receive the Bellon report on the employment of seniors, several interprofessional processions will parade throughout France.
On Wednesday, an appointment is given in front of the Ministry of Finance in Paris for public service employees.
Finally, the intersyndicale hopes to make this Thursday another day of massive interprofessional mobilization. This could be the sixth nationwide since the movement began on December 5 .
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