French Railway Workers Leave Job Against Pension Reform

french railway workers quit pension reform
french railway workers quit pension reform

French railway workers who opposed the reform the government wants to implement in the pension law have left their jobs. As a result of the action of employees, disruptions occurred in the train service.

In France, railway workers struck to abandon the reform that the government intends to reduce, such as depreciation in retirement, and the gradual withdrawal of retirement age from 62 to 64. Employees who quit the job upon the call of the General Workers' Union (CGT) and the South Ray Sud Rail Union, of which railway employees are members, protested the government's pension reform in Paris.

As a result of the protests, some intercity trains and subway services could not be realized. The use of special tools for citizens to travel with the announcement of the strike in advance has led to the locking of traffic.

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