France - Public service workers join forces for better pay and conditions - September 30, 2017

All public service trade unions will join hands in central government administrations, municipal town halls, public care institutions and hospitals. The workers fight for better pay. They oppose plans to scrap ten thousands of jobs and reject the privatisation of public services. The opposition of the workers against the plans of the government are well rooted in the day to day experience at workplaces. And each crisis shows how essential public service workers are to maintain good governance and administration and provide health, energy, water and so many other services we rely upon in our societies.

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