Monday January 20, the 47th day of strike against the pension reform, traffic in the Paris metro has improved. Is this a sign that the strike is about to end?
The impact of the strike against the pension reform, which began on December 5, should not exceed 0.1% growth over a quarter, as stated by Bruno Le Maire, Minister of the Economy and Finances, Monday, January 20. A strike that has lasted for 47 days, even if we can note, in Paris, a clear improvement at the RATP. The drivers of the Paris metro voted in majority to suspend the movement from Monday to engage in another form of action.
A new day of mobilization Friday January 24
User fatigue is starting to be felt. The Transiliens are relieved of this return to normal. On Sunday January 19, Unsa-RATP called for the indefinite strike to be suspended until the bill is presented to the Council of Ministers on Friday January 24. Bastien Berthier, conductor of line 5 and member of Unsa-RATP explains: “We are aware that after the 47th day, our colleagues have financial problems. We want to re-mobilize for January 24. ”