Some of the teachers mobilized against the pension reform will be on strike again Friday, but neither the unions nor the ministry had Thursday afternoon forecasts on the extent of the movement, which will vary from one school to another. "It remains unclear for tomorrow," said the Ministry of Education, hoping to have forecasts later in the evening.
LIVE - Strike: demonstrations, traffic, schools ... follow the mobilization against the pension reform
Among teachers strikers Thursday (between 42% and 51% in secondary and primary according to the ministry, about 70% according to unions), a party decided to continue the movement Friday. "I am ready for a long movement, to sacrifice a month's salary to obtain the withdrawal of the reform," says Emilie, 32, a teacher of schools in Val-d'Oise.
In general, parents have been notified in advance by post or email if their child's teacher will be present on Friday. But strikes in transport and the civil service could complicate the reception of children, as well as the canteen and extracurricular activities. "There will surely be as many cases as schools or municipalities," said the ministry.
"The tone, today, was in any case not to let go"
"Tomorrow, there will still be strikers, localized renewals, it will be very different from one place to another," also provides Francette Popineau, secretary general of Snuipp-FSU, the first union primary. "The tone, today, was in any case not to let go".
On the union side, we are mainly preparing the following. In particular, inter-union meetings will be held Thursday evening and Friday morning, for a new day of mobilization Tuesday, December 10.