"Slavery is over! »,« You have to pay, you have to pay! "," Angry maids, there are tired of the galley! Sounding, rhythmic and varied slogans were chanted on Wednesday in the early evening by twenty strikers of the Campanile and Première Classe hotels of the Suresnes bridge (Hauts-de-Seine), in front of the Campanile Val-de-France hotel. , in Magny-le-Hongre, near Disneyland Paris.
Some tourists were taken aback by the presence of strikers returning from their day at Disneyland Paris. Others have struck in their hands the rhythm of drums and trumpets.
"Nothing goes: sick leave is not replaced and staff can take care of thirty rooms instead of twenty usually," denounced Ali Djoumoi, CGT shop steward at Campanile. They came around Disneyland Paris "to pass the message that we are suffering," he adds.
"We want the conflict to stop"
"We are under more pressure. It's difficult, we've been on strike since May 21st, "added Moussa, a diver. "We are asking for salary increases. We are not paid more than 1,200 euros, "breathed Fetoumata, maid.
"We want the conflict to stop and to establish a dialogue. The strike began three weeks ago at the initiative of the CGT and affects 20% of the staff of the two hotels in Suresnes, with more external trade unionists, "replies the management of the group Louvre Hotel. Before confiding hope "that it will not spread to Magny. There are no signals for that. "