After the strike day of May 1, 2023, the inter-union called for demonstrations on Tuesday June 6, 2023, for a fourteenth day of mobilization against the pension reform. During a rally in Paris on May 30, Marylise Léon, deputy secretary general of the CFDT, called for “a great day of strikes and demonstrations”.

During a press conference at the headquarters of the CFDT in Paris on May 30, the intersyndicale, bringing together eight unions and five youth organizations, spoke about the mobilization to come. “We will not turn the page: together, united and determined to win the withdrawal of the reform and for social progress, let us build strikes and demonstrations everywhere on June 6”. While the bill of the LIOT group has been emptied of its substance in committee, the opposition to the pension reform does not weaken.

Demonstrations will be held throughout France:

For all other cities and towns, the assembly points and times are indicated on the CFDT mobilization map.

The interprofessional mobilization of June 6 will affect several professional sectors. What are the disruptions to expect for this fourteenth episode of pension reform protest?