“It is a social re-entry of an unprecedented nature in the context of the health crisis”, noted Laurent Indrusiak, the secretary general of the CGT of Allier at the start of the event, on the morning of this Thursday, September 17.
In fact, despite the masks, nearly three hundred people gathered and were heard between the Saint-Paul church in Ville-Gozet and the sub-prefecture, rue de la Comédie. A bet won according to the head of the CGT who wanted to “put the employees back in the mobilization”.
“Against liberal policy in the service of finance and businesses”
The possibility given to companies to resort to increasing working hours and lowering wages through the collective performance agreement were among the reasons for the demonstration.
At the national level, the intersyndicale claims the passage to thirty-two hours and a minimum wage of 1,800 euros gross. “For that, we need a proactive policy on the part of the government,” concludes Laurent Indrusiak.
Transport – Disruptions on train lines in Auvergne this Thursday, September 17
Brian Le Goff