Inter-union opposed to government pension reform plan calls for new "massive day of strikes and inter-professional demonstrations"January 24, the day of consideration of the bill in the Council of Ministers, she announced Wednesday, January 15 in a statement.
The organizations "CFE-CGC, CGT, FO, FSU, Solidaires, MNL, Unef, UNL and FIDL call to convene general meetings to continue and further amplify the mobilization to obtain the withdrawal of this project and the opening of real negotiations», They write.
They call in particular, on the eve of the day of the 24, "strike actions, cross-industry convergence throughout the territory on January 22 and 23". These actions will take the form of "torchlight retreats or other initiatives on the evening of the 23rd", Before" farea of Friday January 24, date of the Council of Ministers which should examine the bill, a massive day of strike and interprofessional demonstration."
"Despite the Prime Minister's announcements and after 6 weeks of an unprecedented social movement, which we welcome, the majority of the population still supports the mobilization against this absurd and unfair project"Notes the press release. Also, the inter-union "requires the maintenance of the existing pension schemes on a solidarity and intergenerational basis, based on an annuity system".
She further recalls that she "puts forward proposals to improve everyone's rights in the current pension system», Notably equal pay for men and women, taking into account years of study, increasing salaries in the private and public sectors.
The intersyndicale met at the headquarters of the CGT in Montreuil on the eve of a sixth day of national interprofessional action since the beginning of the movement, after those of December 5, 10 and 17, January 9 and 11, which progressively eroding participation in demonstrations.