"A renewable strike is taking shape at the SNCF" from December 5, date of the mobilization against the pension reform, warns the general secretary of the CGT-Cheminots, Laurent Brun, in an interview posted online Friday evening by Le Parisien .
Jean-Pierre Farandou, who took the reins of the company Friday on a social ground undermined, "he will have to listen, he hears and that he provides solutions in terms of jobs, wages and about the future of the trades ", adds the leader of the first union of the railway company. The CGT-Cheminots, the Unsa-railway and SUD-Rail have already made an appointment on December 5 against the pension reform, which provides for the introduction of a "universal" system by points and threatens the special regime of the SNCF.
For "the rest of December 5", it would require "important concessions"
For the moment, the CGT-Cheminots has not officially declared for a renewable movement, unlike the other two unions. But "a renewed strike is emerging at the SNCF," says Laurent Brun in Le Parisien . "We will wait for our authorities to meet on 7 and 8 November and decide," he said.
For the trade unionist, the government "can prevent" the interprofessional strike of December 5 "saying: 'My reform by points, I question it'". For "the rest of December 5", it would require "significant concessions", he said, citing a possible postponement of the end of hiring to the status of railway - expected from 2020 -, which "would be a strong gesture".