France - Public finance agents on strike - November 30, 2016

To complaint about reduction of staff and closure of services, tax agents were striking throughout the country on 15 November 2016. The Public Finance agents were called to strike, by the trade unions Solidaires Finances public, CGT Public Finance and FO DGFiP. The objective of this action is to denounce downsizing and ‘degradation of the public service’, according to the unions calling for mobilisation. In total, 1,800 jobs are expected to be eliminated in the tax administration by the end of 2017. Meetings on the reorganisation have already taken place.

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