The date of December 5, chosen more than two months ago to mark the starting point of the opposition to the reform of Emmanuel Macron's pensions, owes absolutely nothing to chance. For trade unionists in struggle, this date is indeed a highly symbolic date. It refers specifically to December 5, 1995.
A little backtrack: the pension reform project, led by Alain Juppé, had also had the crazy idea of wanting to abolish the special schemes and review the pensions of civil servants (to align certain parameters with those of the private sector). , reformed two years before by ordinances). On Friday, November 24, a call to strike throughout the public service and public companies, including transport (SNCF and RATP) was launched.
The movement, festive and very followed, had continued the weekend at the SNCF (then on strike again to oppose the contract plan that wanted to negotiate the government and which provided for the removal of 6000 km of
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