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“This May 1st will break all records for the past thirty years,” said Sophie Binet…
“This May 1st will break all records for the past thirty years,” said Sophie Binet (CGT)
Ahead of the launch of the Parisian procession, Sophie Binet, secretary general of the CGT also spoke.
“Today we already know that this 1er– May will break all records for the past thirty years. The lifts we have for the province are very high since in Toulouse, it was 100,000 people in the street. In Niort, 20,000. In Saint-Nazaire, 16,000. This shows that, contrary to the government’s bet, there is no decay, there is no resignation. The mobilization does not stop until there is a withdrawal from this reform”, she argued.
“We are on the fourteenth day of appea*****t of the “start-up nation”. We see that anger has never been so strong in the country. We must hear it since this relentlessness of the President of the Republic locks us into a political imp***e. He has never been so lonely. There is a shocking contrast between what is happening in the street, a unitary mobilization, a united population, a President of the Republic who has never been so solitary. It’s shocking, it can’t go on anymore”added Sophie Binet.
She ***ures him: “Yes, the intersyndicale will last, because it is united in its determination to fight this pension reform; “We have clear prospects since on June 8, the repeal of this reform will be able to be voted on, with the LIOT group’s bill [Libertés, indépendants, outre-mer et territoires] which will be examined in the National ***embly and which aims to abolish retirement at 64, again said Mr.me Binet, calling on the deputies to vote for this text, which, according to her, ” will allow a way out of the crisis from above and to move on to the real subjects of concern for French women and men, namely wages, working conditions, gender equality, the environment, the reduction of working hours, etc “.