Pensions: after the garbage collectors, refiners can be ordered in the off state
“We showed in the fall that we knew how to take on our responsibilities here again, and we will,” warned Minister Delegate for Industry Roland Lescure on Saturday.
Industry Minister Roland Lescure suggested on Saturday that the government might place orders in case refineries are shut down by employees striking pension reform. When asked about the dangers of fuel shortages, the minister replied: “We showed in the fall that we knew how to take our responsibilities here again, and we will take themReferring to the demands taken then to unblock the oil sites during the wage strike.
He stressed that such measures werebeing postedWith the Parisian garbage collectors. “We will not leave 65 million French men and women and a country together obscured by a few dozen individuals. So, to strike, (…) is obviously an inalienable right, but to prevent certain individuals in a country (…), is not possibleadded the minister.
stressing that “Today most gas stations in France and Navarre have petrolRoland Lescure criticized the CGT leader in Bouches-du-Rhône, Olivier Mathieu, who dealt with him without naming him.Firefighter“, from “He tries to create panic and anguish so that people will go get gas and suddenly we end up without himThe unionist, the candidate to succeed Felipe Martinez at the head of the General Confederation of Workers, had advised the two.Comrades who get up in the morning to go to work“for”Fill it up because it won’t last foreverAfter the oil ports of Fos-sur-Mer and Lavera were struck.
At least two refineries, Petronius’s in Lavira (Bouchets-du-Rhône) and TotalEnergies’ Normandy refinery in Gonfreville-l’Orcher (Manche), could close from this weekend through Monday, according to CGT. . So far, strikers have contented themselves with blocking fuel shipments, but refineries have kept producing.