Business slowdown action from railway workers in France: 1 employees of the French State Railroad Company will perform daily business slowdown action.
In a statement issued by the General Working Confederation of France, 1 was reported to be undergoing a day-to-day business slowdown to protest the reforms on railways.
It was noted that the action, which will start at 19.00:08.00 in France and end at XNUMX:XNUMX on Wednesday, will not be effective across the country as it did last June. The slowdown is expected to affect more suburban lines in and around Paris.
The draft law of the government, which aims to gather the two national railway companies under one roof and to open the railway services to free competition conditions due to the accumulated debts, was discussed at the parliamentary general assembly on 17 June and entered into force at the beginning of the year. The government warned that the debt of the railways administration reached 40 billion euros, and that if no measures are taken, the debt would reach 2025 billion euros by 80.
After the law was discussed in the parliament, and the 10 day-long railway strike, many train lines were at the point of no service.