8 a.m. news – Pension reform: the refinery strike in the North interrupted after one day

If you’re going to fuel up this morning, you may have heard of a refinery strike. Rest assured, there is fuel for everyone. A strike against the pension reform was originally scheduled to last January 26 and 27. Ce social movement stopped earlier than expected in the north. On the oil depot in the port area of ​​Dunkirk, the relief agents in the afternoon did not finally renew the strike.

This change allowed the resumption of fuel shipments, they had been stopped since the day before on the spot. In front of the huge tanks, no visible sign of mobilization. But according to the unions, the staff remain very worried about this pension reform. Especially in a northern industry more affected by occupational diseases or hardship.

Benjamin Tange, CGT delegate, wants to remain cautious before a new mobilization on Tuesday January 31. “It’s a sign, you shouldn’t talk about it either. You have to look at what’s going on. I think that employees are also waiting for a better convergence of struggles. We have to go into battle if it proves necessary and that the government does not withdraw this reform, “explains the trade unionist. In these oil sites, participation remained variable depending on the location. But the two days notice seemed a bit ambitious for some people.

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