“The RN7 reopens after dam clearance at Toulon-sur-Allier causing Monday morning traffic disruption for retirees.”

Traffic between Bessay-sur-Allier and the Toulon-sur-Allier roundabout has been completely blocked on the RN7 since this morning. About forty people, at the call of the Allier inter-union, blocked this roundabout located near the A79 interchange in Toulon-sur-Allier.

They demonstrate against the pension reform and the forced passage of the government thanks to 49.3. Trade unionists and demonstrators must meet this Monday morning at 10 a.m. to decide on the continuation of the movement.

Traffic was greatly slowed down to Bessay-sur-Allier, nearly 10 kilometers further.

The blockage was lifted shortly after 11 a.m.

Other blockages on Tuesday on the Decize and Paris roads

A little earlier the inter-union met in general assembly at the same place, to determine the actions to be carried out for the next few days. “As of tomorrow, Tuesday March 21, there will be similar blockages on roundabouts, route de Paris and route de Decize in Moulins” announces Patrick Thomas, general secretary of UL CGT Moulins. Wednesday, no filter dam planned in the district, “for the moment, but it can evolve according to the news of the reform”.

On the other hand, the unions will be present on several roundabouts, “the one next to Bricomarché, the one next to But, and at the Régemortes bridge”, to distribute leaflets to announce and invite to the most important mobilization of the week: the demonstration Thursday 23, which will start at 2:30 p.m., Place de la Liberté. The CGT expects to have people in the procession, “49.3 has given a boost to people’s nervousness”.

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Filtering dams in Moulins: disturbed traffic against pension reform

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