The press conference held Monday by the various CGT sections of the Bouches-du-Rhône announced the color. "If the government persists, there would be no limit in the energy sector," warned Renaud Henri Renaud Henry, of the CGT "mines energies", ready to "harden the movement" of opposition to the pension reform.
Today energy sobriety:
Notre Dame de la garde ⚫
Dépôt RTM ⚫
Journal la Provence ⚫
Prefecture of the mouths of the rhones ⚫
The illegitimate MACRON BORNE government responsible for the anger of gas electricians and the social and energy crisis. pic.twitter.com/K75ItqQ0ol
— CGT ÉNERGIE MARSEILLE (@CgtEnergie) March 14, 2023
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Unionized Enedis agents put their money where their mouth is on Tuesday and cut power to various buildings in Marseille. An operation ironically named "energy sobriety" claimed by the union. The power supply to the printing press of the daily La Provence was thus cut off for long hours and the Alpes and Vaucluse editions could not be printed as a result.
In his editorial on Wednesday, Aurélien Viers, the new editorial director of the newspaper bought by Rodolphe Saadé, boss of the CMA-CGM, denounced an act of "censorship" and "sabotage" carried out by nostalgic for the "Stalinist Soviet Union". According to the boss of the newspaper who took office on Monday, Enedis has already filed a complaint while the Provençal daily "reserves the right to do so".
Provence was not the only institution to be the only target of the strikers. They also claimed the cuts in the power supply of the prefecture and the depot of the RTM, operator of public transport in Marseille. The Bonne-Mère and the ice rink were also plunged into darkness, according to the union.
- Pension reform 2023