the strike at Total lifted at the Donges refinery, renewed elsewhere

► End of the strike voted at the TotalEnergies refinery in Donges (Loire-Atlantique)

The end of the strike for wages was voted on Wednesday, October 19 in the middle of the day at the TotalEnergies refinery in Donges (Loire-Atlantique), announced CGT secretary Fabien Privé Saint-Lanne. “In responsibility and in good conscience, the end of the strike was announced for the operating staff from 1 p.m. and for the day staff from 5 p.m.”, he told the press after a general meeting.

“We realized yesterday that the enlargement we had hoped for was not there. However, the task is postponed until tomorrow. You have to put the work back in every day. We will continue to try to mobilize strongly because only the mobilization of employees can make it possible to impose demands”, he added.

► The renewed strike at the TotalEnergies refinery in Gonfreville (Seine-Maritime)

On the other hand, the strike continues at the TotalEnergies refinery in Gonfreville-l’Orcher, near Le Havre (Seine-Maritime). At the end of a general meeting which brought together several dozen employees, the movement was renewed “after a very large majority vote”, said the CGT general secretary of the Normandy platform.

Thirty trade unionists from Unef, Sud-PTT 92, CGT-Infocom came by bus from Paris to support the strikers and paid €5,000 to the strike fund.

► The CGT says it has proposed a crisis resolution protocol Wednesday morning to management

The CGT of TotalEnergies says it proposed Wednesday morning October 19 to the management of the group a “end of conflict protocol”, after more than three weeks of strike in the refineries.

This proposal required “the establishment of negotiations on employment and investments, local negotiations on the specific issues raised by the strikers”as well as “guarantees on the absence of repression vis-à-vis the strikers”, indicated the national coordinator of the CGT for TotalEnergies.

According to him, the management refused this proposal, which TotalEnergies did not immediately confirm.

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