Strike on Tuesday June 6: traffic will be "very slightly" disrupted at SNCF and normal at RATP, a third of flights canceled from Paris-Orly

Some 250 actions are planned in France

Strike on Tuesday June 6: traffic will be "very slightly" disrupted at SNCF and normal at RATP, a third of flights canceled from Paris-Orly

Some 250 actions are planned in France. Two days before the examination in Parliament of a bill aimed at repealing the reform, the unions are calling, Tuesday, June 6, for a fourteenth day of mobilization against the pension reform, which should bring together 400,000 to 600,000 people, including 40,000 to 70,000 in the capital, according to the authorities.

Figures far from those of March 7, which had mobilized 1.28 million participants according to the police, but still high, after a mobilizing May Day, and this while the movement now equals in number of days of action that of 2010.

In the capital, the demonstration will leave the Invalides at 2 p.m. in the direction of the Place d'Italie. The unions will hold their press briefing in front of the National Assembly, symbolically marking the link with the day on Thursday. The inter-union, which has broadened its slogan for the demonstrations beyond the withdrawal of the reform, the first implementing decrees of which were published in the Official Journal on Sunday, again called on the deputies on Tuesday to vote on the proposal. of the LIOT group's law canceling the increase in the retirement age to 64 years.

SNCF traffic will be "very slightly" disrupted on Tuesday for the day of mobilization against the pension reform, with nine out of ten trains in circulation on a national average, and it will be "normal" in Ile-de-France on the entire network of the RATP, the railway authorities announced on Sunday.

The General Directorate of Civil Aviation has also announced disruptions in air transport from Monday evening to Wednesday 6 a.m., departing from and arriving at the airports of Paris-Orly, Lyon, Marseille, Nice, Toulouse, Bordeaux and Nantes. A third of flights are canceled on departure from Paris-Orly.

Among electricians and gas workers, the FNME-CGT (Mines-Energie) invited electricians, gas workers, nuclear and mining employees to "amplify [er] mobilization".

Teachers' unions called for a "massive" mobilization on June 6. Blockages could take place in front of certain establishments.

Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin said on Twitter on Sunday that 11,000 police and gendarmes would be mobilized, including 4,000 in Paris. His services anticipate the participation "of members of the ultra-left from abroad" and "seventeen administrative bans from the territory have already been taken", he said.

A decree was also signed this weekend by Laurent Nuñez, the Paris police chief, to authorize the use of drones by the police as part of the inter-union rally, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. hours.

Could a fifteenth day of demonstration be decided after June 8? "The rest will depend on what happens in the National Assembly and on the mobilization of June 6, which we hope will be massive," CFDT number two Marylise Léon told L'Humanité on Friday. CFTC President Cyril Chabanier said in mid-May that June 8 would likely be his union's "last fight". Several left-wing elected officials, including Manuel Bompard (La France insoumise) or Sandrine Rousseau (Europe Ecologie-Les Verts), called on Sunday for a strong mobilization on Tuesday to put pressure on the President of the Assembly.