The risk was known : the government wanted to go fast on a folder that is complicated and controversial. The prime minister Edouard Philippe has expressed its willingness to have recourse to the ordinances for adoption, ” before the summer “, a reform of the SNCF. It provides, among other things, the end of the status of a railroader for the new recruits and the company’s transformation ” into a national company with public capital “.
Denouncing a ” shift in power “, the unions were ready to strike. The CGT-Cheminots, the primary force of the railway company, is considering “a month” cessation of work ” to bring down the government “. The CFDT proposes a ” strike extendable from the 14 march “. The UNSA also wants an engagement. “Hard “, warns, for its part, SOUTH by Rail. These four representative unions will meet Tuesday, February 27, in the afternoon to discuss a common response.
“A public service that works less do less well “