With this 10th round in the street, the fear of “chaos” sets in…

With this 10th round in the street, the fear of “chaos” sets in…

6:35 a.m.: Update on filter dams

Two filter dams were put in place Monday morning at the entrance to the Golfech nuclear power plant (Tarn-et-Garonne), whose second reactor was shut down overnight, we learned from from a union source. “The objective is to weigh on the economy of EDF (…) by slowing down the start of the unit shutdown” to “put pressure on the government” on the question of pensions, explained Olivier Berty, delegate CGT of the site.

In Aude, early in the morning, around 80 people also carried out a filtering barrage at the entrance to the Port-la-Nouvelle oil depot, previously blocked from March 16 to 24. The blockage was lifted at 11:30 a.m. by the police.

Another filter dam was installed Monday morning in the Ardennes by a few dozen people at the call of the inter-union, on an access road serving both the Stellantis site in Ayvelles, near Charleville-Mézières, and a Cora supermarket.

The roadblock allowed employees to pass but had blocked truck exits from the two sites since 6:45 a.m., a spokesman for Stellantis management said. The situation “unblocked” at the end of the morning, Stellantis said.


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