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09h36 : Bonjour @Julon the trucking side, the CGT Transports called for actions yesterday and today as “snail operations” or “some sticking points”. On the refinery side, fuel shipments are still blocked this morning, announces the CGT-Chemistry. According to Eric Sellini, national elected representative of the CGT-Chimie who called for a renewable strike, “TotalEnergies’ large shipping sites are shut down”.
09h33 : Hello FI, do you have any information on the movements in the refineries and on that of the truck drivers?
09h00 : While the inter-union asks to be received by Emmanuel Macron, Gabriel Attal judges that“There is a time for everything”. The Minister Delegate for Public Accounts advances on BFMTV that “if today the President of the Republic received the unions, you would find the opposition to say ‘look at it interferes with the time of Parliament’“.
08h18 : Fuel shipments are still blocked at the exit of the refineries of the TotalEnergies group in France, according to Eric Sellini, national elected representative of the CGT-Chimie. “The strike was renewed in the establishments of TotalEnergies in La Mède, Donges, the Raffinerie de Normandie, Feyzin and Flandres, with rates of strikers between 70% and 100%”he says.
08h13 : The inter-union asks to meet Emmanuel #Macron: “The government’s door is more than open, we are in dialogue. The President respects the institutions, the text is in the Senate”
@olivierveran in #RTLMatin with @amandine_begot https://t.co/hhn1YLhm7p
08h12 : “The door of government is more than open” to the unions, assures Olivier Véran on RTL, while the inter-union asked to be received “emergency” at the Elysee.
08h17 : Not to vote for the pension reform on the part of the Renaissance deputies would be “a disloyal gesture”, also estimates the president of the National Assembly, Yaël Braun-Pivet, on franceinfo. Renaissance deputies who vote against the text or abstain will be excluded from the parliamentary group, we learned yesterday.
07h12 : We take a look at the front pages of the press which are, unsurprisingly, mainly devoted to the mobilization against the pension reform. Here are a few.
07h01 : For the UGICT-CGT union and the feminist association We All, putting an end to wage inequalities between men and women could also make it possible to finance the pension system. Our journalist Quang Pham deciphered this argument.
(AMAURY CORNU / HANS LUCAS / AFP)
06h29 : #GREVE If you have to take the train today, here is the SNCF traffic forecast:
• One in three trains for TGV Inoui and Ouigo
• One in three trains for TER
• Two out of three trains for the Thalys
• Three trains out of four for the Eurostars
• On the Intercités side, one in five trains will run during the day, but there will be no “no traffic on nights from Tuesday to Wednesday and Wednesday to Thursday”.
06h27 : The social movement against the bill continues, with renewable strikes affecting several key sectors of the economy. In transport, traffic is still difficult today.
06h24 : Only 75 amendments remain on Article 7 to be examined. The debates will resume at 4:30 p.m., after the session of questions to the government.
06h22 : A few minutes later, the senators Les Républicains proposed an amendment to rewrite article 7. Its adoption made “fall more than 1,100 amendments”, detailed in the hemicycle the elected LR René-Paul Savary. In protest, left-wing senators left the chamber.
07h17 : This is the first time that article 38 of the rules of the Senate has been used since its introduction in 2015. It can apply to speaking on an article, explanations of vote on an amendment or on an article, or again to the explanations of vote on the whole of a text.
06h15 : . @BrunoRetailleau asks for the application of article 38 of the rules of the Senate to “close” the explanations of vote on the deletion amendments, in order to speed up the discussion. Only one speaker per group can speak #DirectSenat https://t.co/YX20qr51Qj
06h16 : Hectic session tonight in the upper chamber. In full examination of article 7 of the reform on the extension of the legal age of departure, the president of the group Les Républicains, Bruno Retailleau, requested the use of article 38 of the internal regulations of the Senate, which allows to shorten the debates. Its application was voted on by a show of hands despite the outcry of left-wing senators.