Unprecedented in its duration and in its terms, the strike unit of the workers against the reform train will end on June 28. The last of the thirty-six-day work stoppage scheduled for the 3 April. During the meeting inter-union Tuesday, June 19, UNSA-Rail, the second union of the SNCF, has confirmed with its colleagues in the other three federations representing the public group (CGT, SUD and CFDT) that it would not continue in July.
“UNSA will remain in engagement until the 28th of June, in accordance with its commitment to inter-union, said its secretary-general, Roger Dillenseger. We are still fighting for the defense of a new social pact rail, but our strategy is to weigh in on negotiations, not on the major holiday departures. “This announcement is not a surprise. The leaders of the UNSA had, at mid-day, announced their intention not to extend this summer, after having consulted with their base.
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