The CGT is finally calling for a 48-hour strike, on Tuesday 7 February and Wednesday 8 February 2023, against the 72 hours originally planned.
TotalEnergie’s employees are not “ready” to close the group’s refineries immediately, we learned on Thursday February 2, 2023 from the CGT, which is finally calling for a 48-hour strike, Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 February, against 72 hours as originally planned. .
Test sustained strikes
It was originally planned to stop production in the refineries as part of the strike movement against the pension reform project: “what we will offer them for 48 hours is that nothing goes in, nothing comes out+, as usual”. To “to know if the employees are ready” at a stop, you must first “test persistent (strikes)”told AFP Thierry Defresne, CGT secretary of the TotalEnergies Europe committee.
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