He lives. Paris and other French cities are about to explode as Macron pushes unilateral pension reform

Eric Cellini, coordinator of the oil group’s CGT union, told AFP on Friday that the Total Energy refinery in Normandy, where workers are striking, but shipments continue, “will be closed as of the end of this week.”

“The workers have raised their voices and the main units will go on strike from tomorrow so that “the refinery will be closed this weekend or Monday at the latest,” he said, the day after Article 49.3 was used to pass pension reform.

For several days, oil unions have been suggesting to the striking refiners to strengthen the movement by stopping production, but they have been reluctant to start these delicate and lengthy technical operations.

The La Mède, Donges and Esso refineries in Fos-sur-Mer are still on strike, “that won’t change,” said Mr Sellini. He added that Voss’ deliveries are “sporadic”. Deliveries resumed at the Petroineos site in Lavera on Thursday. The Gravenchon-Port-Jérôme (Esso) refinery has had to halt production due to a shortage of crude oil from the Le Havre import depot, where workers are also on strike.

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