Tuesday, which according to the unions brought together nearly 300,000 demonstrators with strikes in the oil, nuclear and public transport sectors, shows according to Ms. Verzeletti that “there is a dynamic”. “We don’t want to let go,” said the union leader, believing that the CGT is “in line with the expectations of employees”.

These days will be an opportunity to demand an increase in the Smic, an indexation of all salaries to inflation, a revaluation of the index point of civil servants, she said.

Solidaires and the FSU could join the mobilization on November 10, according to her.

While the movement in the refineries declines, after the signing of a wage agreement at TotalEnergies, the strike “is gaining momentum at the energy level”, she assured. There is also a call for a strike at the RATP for November 10.