A day of strikes is planned across the whole of France, which will cause major disruptions
Closed doors at school, at the nursery or in the canteen, air traffic disrupted traffic blocked by taxis and angry protests: he’ll have to learn and be well organized, this Tuesday 26th January, especially in large cities. For it is a day of mobilization on many fronts
Nurseries, schools and colleges disturbed
At the call of the CGT, FO, FSU and Solidaires, officials intend to protest against their remuneration system since 2010, while in the national education reform college is challenged by Inter.
The SNUipp the largest school teachers’ union, estimated Monday at about one-third the number of striking teachers, some 100,000 teachers.
Among the most affected departments include the Haute-Garonne, Haut-Rhin, Seine-et-Marne and Seine-Saint-Denis, with a teacher on two mobilized, said Sébastien Sihr, general secretary of the organization. In Paris, the strike rate should approach 45%, according to lifts obtained at the national level.
Many public nurseries, kindergartens or elementary schools may be closed. But municipalities are required to provide a minimum service host.
Blockages of taxis near airports
Besides teachers, taxis will also be mobilized. They will be on strike across France to protest against the competition of the VTC, which they claim the deletion.
Blockages are also expected in the vicinity of Roissy-Charles de Gaulle and Orly, near Paris. Taxi drivers in the Rhone delta in turn threaten to block Tuesday morning the area around the train station of Aix-en-Provence and Marseille-Provence International Airport.
Air: 20% of cancelled flights
Presented by the National Trade Union of Air Traffic Controllers (SNCTA), Force Ouvrière (FO) and the CGT strike notice in the aviation sector has led to demand civil aviation preventive removal of 20% of flights.
The SNCTA called for Tuesday morning controllers to strike in late night service Wednesday morning. The day of action should be global.