It was already the watchword of the eight main French unions.

The inter-union of representative organizations at the RATP joins them.

It calls again for a strike on Tuesday February 7 and Saturday February 11 against the pension reform.

"We call on all company agents to continue and amplify the mobilization through strike and demonstration on Tuesday February 7 and then Saturday February 11 to say no to this reform", wrote the CGT, FO, UNSA on Wednesday. and the CFE-CGC in a joint press release.

At least 1.27 million people on the streets

The mobilization was very well attended on Tuesday, January 31.

Everywhere in France, the processions displayed the same refusal of the flagship reform of Emmanuel Macron and his postponement of the legal age of departure to 64 years.

According to the unions, more than 2.5 million people marched in the country.

The Ministry of the Interior counted half as many, but still more than 1.27 million.

More than the first mobilization of January 19, and even more than the historic record of 2010, at the height of the challenge against a previous pension reform.


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