Posts Tagged ‘Strikes’
Tuesday, January 28th, 2020
France. France. Strikes, blockades, sabotage, actions and demonstrations, France moves. Like a breath of giletjaunization.
Compilation of resistance in progress
The rage is infinite. Every day, a blow, a strike, a revolt in the country. In order that the many initiatives do not fall into oblivion, and to give an account of the social situation, here is an attempt to compile the strikes and actions that have been taking place in France since December 5th:
RAILWAY: RATP (public transport in Paris, Enough 14) strikes for 45 consecutive days; Paris virtually paralysed during public holidays. Daily blockades of bus stations, often suppressed. A strike at the SNCF lasting several weeks, the like of which has never been seen before. Railway workers multiplying the actions all over the country. The strike was “interrupted” on January 20th to forcus on blockades. On December 5, the Paris-Lyon-Marseille TGV line was sabotaged. At the end of December, traffic on the lines in eastern France was considerably slowed down by bang signals. Several stations were attacked by protestors, particularly in Savenay, Bordeaux and Paris. (more…)
Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013
Did you know that Turkish Airlines sacked 305 workers who struggles for the right to strike; and hired more than one thousand inexperienced and untutored personnel? Do you love your loved ones?
ITF affiliate Turkish Civil Aviation Unions (Hava-Is) began an indefinite strike on 15 May against Turkish Airlines (THY) over the company’s alleged failure to accept any of its proposals regarding collective bargaining and its refusal to reinstate 305 sacked workers.
See link: Reinstate the 305 at Turkish Airlines