According to Chloe Ragueneau
ATa hundred people have collected Thursday, October 27 on Lannion Human Rights Courtyard.
After the demonstration on October 18, the Intersyndicale (CGT, FSU and Solidarity) indeed again called for the demonstration on 27 October in Lannion to go ahead demand better wages and pensions.
Minimum salary €2000
Among the main requirements: minimum wage increased to 2000 euros.
“According to the OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development), real wages fell by 1.9% in France in Q1 2022, while they rose by 0.3% in Italy and fell by only 0.2% in Italy. UNITED KINGDOM. Wages are falling in both the private and public sectors. First, wages must be guaranteed to follow price increases and the minimum wage must be raised to €2,000. »
Pension reform: “the vast majority of French are against it”
“As we said on October 18, the government is in a hurry to reform pensions because it committed to the European Commission to public expenditure savings. He looks from side to side abolish production taxes for large companies and hear reform pensions to make up the deficit by the same amount“, emphasizes the secretary of the local CGT trade union.
Pointing to great mobilization which occurred during the last reform that the state wanted to introduce:
“In 2019, the previous Macron government tried to push through its systemic reform of the pension system, but the mobilization of workers reversed it. So no mortality! And unlike in 2019, the overwhelming majority of French people are against the reform. »
“We remain opposed to any dogmatic pension reform because it has been a regression for over 25 years in the case. Consider retirement at age 60 based on 10 best years in the private sector and a 37.5 annuity. It is now 25 years, 42.5 annuities and 62 years! “, explains.
Benoit Dumont also launched a call for mobilization for next November 10.
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