The CGT Energy unions announced at the end of the week “100 days of action and anger”, in particular on May 3, demanding that the pension reform not be applied and denouncing the “undemocratic methods” of the government. “Macron promised 100 days to appease, we promise him 100 days of action and anger! The time is far from resignation”, declared in a press release the unions of the National Federation Mines Energy (FNME) CGT, at the end of a “general council” held on Friday.
“Our debates bring out offensive, firm and unanimous positions,” which will be expressed in particular during the interprofessional mobilization days (April 28, May 1). The FNME, which promises to be "imaginative", also announces "a national day of anger in energy on May 3". The "grevilla", in the words of the organization, will also continue with "energy disturbances" during the Executive's travels.
"In May, do what you like! The Cannes film festival, the Monaco Grand Prix, the Roland-Garros tournament, the Avignon festival could end up in the dark! We will not let go!”, they add. Even beyond the subject of retirement, “all branch negotiations, whatever the subject, will be put under surveillance of the striking employees”, they warn again, in order to “win on all our demands and much more than the only withdrawal pension reform. Among these actions, the CGT claimed two power cuts on Thursday: one at Montpellier airport and the other in a college in Hérault, during a trip by Emmanuel Macron.