SNCF and RATP: CGT calls for strike on December 14

This is going to add to the tension that has traveled the country for several weeks. At the heart of the Yellow Vests crisis, the CGT cheminots and the CGT of the RATP both called Friday to strike on December 14, date of a "big day of action" organized by their confederation to demand a rise immediate wage, pensions and social protection.In a statement, the CGT-Cheminots says to note that "the current social movements pose the issues of wages and pensions, social protection, environment and public service in territory, as many topics that were worn by the railway workers' strike last spring, against the reform of the SNCF. A strike that had not resulted in the satisfaction of union demands "Anger has not subsided" "Anger has not subsided," says the CGT-Cheminots (first union at the SNCF) for whom "the The strike of 14 December 2018 will therefore be an opportunity for railway workers to show this anger against a reform they continue to reject. " For its part, the CGT of RATP also indicates in the press release having filed a strike notice covering "all services and professional categories of the company" from Thursday 13 to 22 hours to Saturday 15 at 7 o'clock. Great day of action on December 14The CGT-RATP, the second union of the board, "reaffirms its opposition to the wage policy conducted by the company", saying that the remuneration of agents "no longer follows the evolution of the cost of the These movements are part of the "big day of action" to which the CGT called on December 14, to protest against "the lack of concrete and immediate responses from the government and the employers, their refusal to open real negotiations ", which" generate legitimate anger in the population ". A reference to the movement of yellow vests "which the union says share" anger ". The CGT federation of public services (including territorial agents) had announced the "filing of a strike notice" for the period from 8 to 31 December.

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