LIVE – Strike of March 28, 2023: SNCF, RATP, school… Follow this day

LIVE – Strike of March 28, 2023: SNCF, RATP, school… Follow this day

⇒ 7 h 15 [ANALYSE] The executive reflects on the way out of the crisis

“Expand the Majority”. This is the objective unveiled by Emmanuel Macron during an interview on TF1 and France 2 on March 22. A high-risk mission for Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne, who met ministers, parliamentarians, political forces, associations of elected officials and social partners on Monday, with the watchwords: “appease the country” in the face of tension and “accelerating responses to the expectations of the French”.

⇒ 7 hours [ÉDUCATION] 30% of striking teachers in primary education

Some 30% of primary school teachers will be on strike on Tuesday, according to an estimate released the day before by the Snuipp-FSU, the leading union in nursery and elementary schools. This estimate, which is lower than the previous one, can be explained, according to the union, by “the days of mobilization that follow one another and become a financial sacrifice for teachers”. “There is also a concern of teachers not to penalize children and parents at the last moment”explained its general secretary, Guislaine David.

For the last day of mobilization last Thursday, the Snuipp-FSU had anticipated the day before between 40 and 50% of primary school teachers on strike. The Ministry of Education announced that day a rate of striking teachers of 23.22% in primary and 19.61% in secondary (middle and high schools).

⇒ 6 h 45 [PROGRAMME] Disruptions and demonstrations to be expected

A tenth day of mobilization against the adoption of the bill of pension reform by the government of Elisabeth Borne is organized this Tuesday, March 28, at the call of the unions. As a reminder, the last day of strike brought together between 1 and 3.5 million demonstrators in the country, according to figures from the Ministry of the Interior and the CGT.

Traffic will again be very disrupted in transport. SNCF has indicated that 1 out of 5 TGVs and 1 out of 2 TERs will run. In Paris, only one out of two RER A and B will be in circulation, while the disruption on the metro lines will be less.

Several events are organized throughout France. The Marseille procession will set off at 10.30 a.m. from the Old Port, as will the processions from Montpellier and Nantes. The parade in Lyon will leave at 1 p.m. from the Manufacture des Tabacs while in Paris, the meeting is given at 2 p.m. on Place de la République, as in Strasbourg. A journalist from The cross will be present in the procession of Moulins (Allier).

Hello and welcome to this live dedicated to the follow-up of the tenth day of mobilization against the pension reform.


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