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“I cannot call at the end of a strike to which I am not calling”, explains Laurent Berger | The ChiGUGO

“I cannot call at the end of a strike to which I am not calling”, explains Laurent Berger


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Laurent Berger, secretary general of the CFDT, was the guest of franceinfo at 8:30 am on Thursday January 16.

“I cannot call at the end of a strike that I do not call”, declared Laurent Berger, secretary general of the CFDT, Thursday January 16 on franceinfo. “I don’t want to teach others. At the SNCF, most of the CFDT activists are circulating today ”, he assured, while the social conflict on the pension reform continues in transport.

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The decision whether or not to stop the strike movement, “It belongs to those who make it, explains Laurent Berger. The CFDT is hardly present at the RATP, but what is certain is that it tires a lot ”. Laurent Berger believes thatis “In a very complicated situation for those leading this strike. And it is very complicated for Ile-de-France residents. ”

For him, “There was a logic of confrontation where we make believe that the withdrawal of this law can take place. Everyone understood that it would not be done ”. And there is “of course” a rotting logic.“In a certain number of sectors, we could have gone much faster in terms of resolving the difficulties”, he regrets.

Laurent Berger refuses to “Give lessons to others” to find a way out of the crisis. “I believe that at the RATP as at the SNCF, it is in the companies that it is necessary to deal with the conditions of exit from the conflict, he believes. The impact on employment in the services is starting to be very complicated, because the employees, to get to work, had a lot of difficulties, which created areas of conflict. Of course I want the traffic difficulties to stop. ”