The CGT calls for two days of strikes and national and interprofessional demonstrations, on October 27 and November 10, to demand a wage increase, said Friday the confederal secretary, Céline Verzeletti.
According to the union leader, the day of Tuesday, October 18, which according to the unions brought together nearly 300,000 demonstrators with strikes in the oil sector, nuclear power and public transport, shows that there is ” a dynamic “. “We don’t want to let go” assures Céline Verzeletti, believing that the CGT is “in line with employee expectations”.
Inflation wage indexation
These days will be an opportunity to demand an increase in the minimum wage, an indexation of all salaries to inflation, a revaluation of the index point for civil servants, she said. Solidaires and the FSU could, according to the CGT, join the mobilization on November 10.
While the movement in the refineries declines, after the signing of a wage agreement at TotalEnergies, the strike “is gaining momentum in terms of energy”, she assured. A strike call has also been filed at the RATP for November 10.