It is the most reformist union, and yet it will also be in the street on December 5 with the other representative organizations of the SNCF (CGT, Unsa and South Rail). The CFDT Cheminots has called for a strike "from the evening of December 4" against a reform "that may call into question the special regimes". Bad news for the government which is therefore alone against all the "black Thursday" in transport promised by the unions.
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Guest of the "Great evening newspaper" minutes after this announcement, the Secretary of State to the Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne tempered this call to strike recalling that "the dialogue continues [ ...] and that he never stopped ". Campaign program Emmanuel Macron in hand, he recalls that "the president was committed to that we put in place a pension system that is fair.The existing, we inherit 70 years, with an economic context that was different ".
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