Paris airports employees ready to strike in July
Unions ask for five days of demonstration
French trade unions are very angry in relation to air transport: the request of the local unions is that of a five-day strike in the course of next July, as part of the negotiations concerning the country's airport employees and companies that manage the airports. Going into more detail of the matter, we are talking about the workers of the Paris hubs, namely "Charles De Gaulle"-Roissy and Orly. The staff could be the protagonist of an important event from July 1st to 5th next, a period chosen because it would be the first weekend “of weight” for what concerns the Summer departures. In addition, July 1st represents the debut for vaccination passports within European Union airports, thus a way to make your voice heard even louder. According to the provisional calendar of reopening of the French government, by July it should also be possible to go to France for one's holidays or to make visits coming from non-EU destinations (United States in particular).
According to Daniel Bertone, trade union delegate of the CGT (Confédération Générale du Travail) acronym, he stressed that the goal is to prepare a large-scale initiative that must necessarily become a success. In particular, the long-term controversy over the new business contacts of these employees will have to be faced with courage, given that the reduction in payrolls is being feared by many.
On the same topic, read also the article published by AVIONEWS.
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