After the Great Debate, the government promise big projects

After the Great Debate, the Government Promises Big Projects

In the face of the deputies, Tuesday, April 9, 2019, Edouard Philippe assured that “powerful and concrete” decisions will be taken to meet the expectations of the French. After the great debate, “major projects”: Edouard Philippe promised Tuesday 9th April, 2019 before the National Assembly responses to the “strong need for transformation ” expressed and the “wall of distrust” separating […]

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Emmanuel Macron has vowed to continue the reform of the SNCF

Emmanuel Macron Continues with the Reform of the SNCF

While the strike at the SNCF must end on Thursday night, Emmanuel Macron has vowed to continue the law of rail reform. Emmanuel Macron vowed to continue on Wednesday 27th June, 2018 the law reforming the SNCF , despite multiple days of strike and “legitimate concerns” which must continue to respond, according to the head of state. “This […]

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Railway members of the Unsa during a demonstration against the railway reform of the SNCF

SNCF: Unsa Will Leave the Strike Movement, There Will be No United Strike in July

The end for the united strike at the SNCF: Unsa decided on Tuesday, 19th June to leave the strike movement after the 28th June, leaving the unions CGT and SUD isolated. The end of the united union strike action at the SNCF.  Unsa decided on Tuesday 19th June, 2018 to leave the movement after June 28th, refusing to […]

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The rate of strikers at the SNCF stood at 10.80% Monday, mid-morning, the lowest level since the beginning of the movement against the railway reform in early April, according to figures released by the management of the public group .

SNCF: The Rate of Strikers Falls to 10,80% on the 32nd Day of Strike Action

The rate of strikers at the SNCF fell to 10.80% Monday, the lowest level since the launch of the strike action against the railway reform in early April Strike rate at the SNCF fell to 10.80% on Monday 18th June, the lowest level since the launch of the movement against the railway reform in early April, according to the […]

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The strike at the SNCF continues on Wednesday

Strike at the SNCF: On Wednesday, 3 Transilien out of 5, 2 TGV out of 3, 1 TER and Intercités in 2

MOBILIZATION: The strike at the SNCF continues on Wednesday, with continued disturbances on the rail network A new strike at the SNCF continues on Wednesday. With 3 Transilien out of 5, 2 TGV out of 3, 1 TER and Intercités out of 2, the traffic will be still disturbed on the railway network. On Tuesday, the 29th day […]

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The railway workers' strike against the SNCF reform is continuing on Monday 28th and Tuesday 29th May 2018.

SNCF Strike: Traffic “Disturbed” in Normandy Monday 28th May: Detailed Forecasts

The strike movement of railway unions against the reform of the SNCF continues on Monday 28th May, 2018. Three out of five TER and one Intercity out of two are forecast. Details. The bumpy strike decided by the railway unions continues to try to bend the government with its reform of the SNCF . Monday, May 28, 2018, the circulation […]

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The vote action organized by the unions on the question of the reform of the SNCF can not be more clear: 94.7% of the votes are against this reform

SNCF: 94.97% of the Railway Workers Who Took Part in the Vote are Against the Reform

The vote organized by the unions on the question of the reform of the SNCF could not be more clear: 94.7% of the votes are against this reform, with a participation of 61.15%. The vote organized by the unions on the question of the reform of the SNCF could not be more clear: 94.7% of […]

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The assembly has voted for the reform of the SNCF

SNCF: The Assembly Votes by Large Margin for Reform on the 4th day of Strike

The National Assembly voted, at first reading, the reform of the SNCF. At the same time, a fourth day of strike commences this Wednesday 18th April, 2018. On the eve of the resumption of the strike at the SNCF, the National Assembly adopted very widely, on Tuesday at first reading, the draft railway reform law, challenged […]

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Education reforms proposed by the Government

Prohibited Mobile Phones, Closing of Classes, Long Holidays: Blanquer Makes the Point

The Minister of National Education, Jean-Michel Blanquer, was the guest of the morning of France Inter, Monday, March 5. The opportunity to decide on several issues. Small catch-up session with the main statements to remember. A few weeks after a first visit hailed in the political broadcast on France 2 , Jean-Michel Blanquer was the guest of the morning of France Inter, […]

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A report to the government on SNCF, mentions the end of the status of railway workers at hiring.

SNCF: Spinetta Report Calls for End of Railway Worker’s Status

Jean-Cyril Spinetta’s SNCF report to the government on Thursday morning suggests ending the railway workers’ special status. A stripping report submitted Thursday, February 15 to Prime Minister Edouard Philippe advocates deep reforms of the SNCF , in particular a transformation into a public limited company and the end of the status of railway employee . Ordered to the former president […]

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