‘French pensions reforms mean €300 a month loss’

The Connexion talks to Bruno Poncet, the secretary general of the Sud Rail union

“What counts now is action. Feedback suggests the protests will be well followed, especially in Paris,” Bruno Poncet told Connexion.

He said he was not surprised by public support, even though opinion turned against previous rail strikes by the time they ended in summer last year.

“In 2018, the things we were striking for, essentially a high quality public service, seemed a bit abstract to people,” he said.

“Now the retirement plans are being published and people see that they will probably be affected in ...

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