Monday, 14 January 2019

Syndicat CGT Port and dockers of France and overseas In Le Havre, dockers call for a strike


The leaflet dated December 20, but no other communication has come to contradict the project since. The dockers and employees of the port of Le Havre (Seine-Maritime) call 24 hours of strike for the day of Monday, January 14, 2019 , at the call of the general union of port workers Le Havre. A movement that the organization hopes will be followed in order to show the cohesion of the sector.

Multiple claims
Several claims have been put forward to justify this disengagement, such as the scheduled elimination of "extra hours and" exceptional shifts ", the arduous work , or the anxiety surrounding the merger of the ports of Le Havre, Rouen and Paris announced on Thursday. November 15, 2018 by the Prime Minister Édouard Philippe.

Regarding this grouping, the union is particularly worried: "The merger of the ports of the Seine Axis may challenge our jobs, our activities, our social achievements" and lead to "the regionalization of the major maritime ports of the Atlantic seaboard " . Port staff have already planned to continue the strike on Monday, January 21, 2019 .

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