New strike against pension reform: “There is no lack of fuel” assures Total Energies

CGT Petroleum announced a 48-hour strike on Thursday and Friday.

TotalEnergies, asked about the 48-hour strike scheduled for Thursday and Friday in the oil sector, said Wednesday that there was no shortage of fuel at its stations and that its teams were mobilized to meet a demand that could be more sustained than usual.

Stocks in depots and service stations are at a satisfactory level, added the oil group. The CGT Petroleum called for a 48-hour strike on Thursday January 26 and Friday January 27 to protest against the pension reform project. The CGT Energy also.

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The CGT Ports and Docks is also calling for a strike on January 26, without waiting for the date of the interprofessional mobilization of the 31st set by the central trade unions.

A new call for a 72-hour strike has been launched for February 6, when the movement can then be renewed.

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