Strikes against pensions: TotalEnergie’s employees are not “ready” to stop refineries

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.

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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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