D-day for the baccalaureate: the menu of the philo or the French

D-day for the Baccalaureate: On the Menu, Philo and French, with Threat of a strike on Surveillance

While some unions threaten not to monitor the tests, 740 000 candidates spend this morning on philosophy or French tests for the Baccalaureate Today, Monday 17th June, some 740 000 candidates will go through the doors of high schools to sit for their first written test of the baccalaureate, which should take place “normally” according to the […]

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Several calls for the strike were launched for the first day of the baccalaureate.

Beginning of the Baccalaureate Monday: In Caen a Call for Strike Action for the Supervision of the Tests

In Caen (Calvados), the inter-union national education calls for the strike Monday 17th June, the first day of the baccalaureate exams. National movement, the strike in the national education of Monday 17th June 2019, will be followed in Caen (Calvados). “The inter-union (SNES FSU, SNEP FSU, SNUEP FSU, CGT educ ‘action, SUD) calls the staff to go on strike […]

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Staff of the civil service called to strike this Thursday in France

The Civil Service Called to Go on the Streets Everywhere in France

The nine unions of the civil service call to strike Thursday 9th May, 2019 to denounce the draft reform of the status of staff soon examined in the National Assembly. A unitary mobilization that could be “only a step”: the staff of the Civil service and public workers are called to strike and demonstrate everywhere in […]

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1000 people on the streets of Angoulême

A Thousand People in the Streets of Angoulême

SOCIAL: At the call of the unions, 1000 people were on the streets of Angoulême, demanding increased purchasing power A thousand people parade on the streets of Angoulême (Charente) at the call of the CGT, FO, FSU. The demands: increased purchasing power, the maintenance of public services and the fight against austerity. The procession left the […]

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The unions have called for strike action this Tuesday

Strike: Between “Yellow Vests” and Big Debate, CGT and FO Want to Make their Voices Heard

CGT and FO are on strike, trying to voice this Tuesday 19th March, 2019 their claims on purchasing power. Disturbances are to be expected in the public and the private sector. CGT and FO , who boycotted the big debate, will try to make their claims on purchasing power heard on Tuesday during a day of action […]

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SNCF strike: Traffic disrupted in the Center-Val de Loire

SNCF: A Strike Against Job Cuts, Disrupts Traffic in the Center-Val de Loire

CONTESTATION: The unions protest against the abolition of counter positions at the train station of Tours, but also posts called “stopover” which give the signal of departure of a train … After a call to strike , launched by unions to protest against job cuts, traffic is disrupted in the Center-Loire Valley , said SNCF , Wednesday morning. About twenty trains, including a […]

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The last day of the strike at the SNCF

Last Episode of the Strike at the SNCF, But it’s Not Over for SUD and CGT

SUD and the CGT are calling on railway workers to strike on the 6th and 7th July, at the start of the school holidays, as the current strike action comes to an end. The CGT Cheminots and SUD-Rail call the rail workers to strike on the 6th and 7th July, at the beginning of the school holidays, while the CFDT […]

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An SNCF employee at the Saint-Lazare station in Paris, April 29, 2018. (© AFP / Ar

Strike at the SNCF: Traffic Less Disturbed this Friday, with 9 TGV in 10 and 3 TER out of 5

SNCF traffic, hit by the strike on Friday, will be less disturbed than during previous mobilization days with 9 TGV out of ten, three TER out of five and two Transilien out of 3. SNCF traffic, hit by the strike on Friday, will be less disturbed than on previous mobilization days with nine TGV out of ten, […]

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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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Big problems on the rail network due to SNCF Strike

SNCF Strike Sunday: 2 TGV out of 3, 1 TER in 2, Very Distrupted Traffic on Rail Network

The SNCF strike continues, causing many problems on the rail network. TGVs and TERs are affected everywhere in France on the day of the opening of the baccalaureate exams. Two TGV out of three will circulate Sunday 17th June 2018 in the context of the 16th episode of strike at the SNCF, announced the management in […]

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