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Massive mobilization against pension reform in Val-de-Marne

In Val-de-Marne, the mobilization against the pension reform was very popular on Thursday January 19, 2023.
In Val-de-Marne, the mobilization against the pension reform was very popular on Thursday January 19, 2023. (© Illustration / CM / news Paris)

The first day of mobilization against the pension reform was a resounding success for unions and left-wing parties who claim well over a million protesters – including 400,000 in the streets of Paris -, Thursday, January 19, 2023.

A look back at the strike movement seen from the Val de Marnewhere all parliamentarians, regional councillors, departmental councillors, mayors and left-wing and ecological politicians called for the mobilization.

Mobilization followed in schools

In schools, the departmental secretary of SE-UNSA interviewed by The Parisian predicted an 80% strike rate. A movement very followed in particular in Alfortville which had 18 schools closed out of 32 or even Ivry-sur-Seine where only three establishments offered extracurricular leisure facilities out of around thirty.

The older ones also got involved, like the Maximilien Perret (Alfortville) and Jean Macé (Vitry-sur-Seine) high schools. Fild 94, an independent and democratic high school student federation, also beat the Parisian pavement on Thursday.

Black Thursday in public transport

In public transport, the traffic was severely disrupted for the Val-de-Marnais, like the most Ile-de-France residents.

A new mobilization is already planned tuesday 31 january.

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