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The first national strike since the beginning of September will take place on Tuesday, October 5, 2021. Across France, 160 rallies will be organized.
That of Toulouse must start at 10:30 am since Arnaud-Bernard.
This strike is called by the CGT, FO, FSU and Solidaires unions and youth organizations FIDL, MNL, UNEF and UNL. They are asking for wage increases, the abandonment of pension reform and unemployment insurance …
On the train network
Disturbances will be recorded on the regional network of the SNCF. Many TERs should be removed during the day. Substitute coaches will be set up. SNCF is already communicating on its site.
ℹ️ Tuesday 5/10, a national interprofessional social movement will disrupt the traffic of your #liOTrain on the region #Occitanie
Find all the information on
📱 The app https://t.co/YLIDt1CHk3
💻 The site https://t.co/nH8DNabnPA
🗃️ Timetable from Monday https://t.co/Vr9sAzqDhz pic.twitter.com/wR72wzMHFF
– liO Train SNCF Occitanie (@lio_train_sncf) October 3, 2021
On the Tisséo network
After Monday’s strike, specific to Tisséo, Toulouse’s public transport network will be again disturbed this Tuesday.
– Tisséo Travelers (@infoTisseo) October 4, 2021
Education is one of the sectors that could be impacted by this national and inter-professional day of action. The two majority unions, SNUipp-FSU (nursery and primary schools) and SNES-FSU (middle and high schools) support this initiative.
In nursery and primary schools, teachers must declare, two working days in advance, their intention to strike. In theory, the parents of students therefore had to be warned at the end of last week. On the other hand, their secondary school colleagues are not subject to this obligation and can declare themselves strikers the same day.
At Toulouse airport
For the moment, no cancellations have been announced by the airport.
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