Relive the demonstrations in Rouen and Le Havre against the pension reform


Against the pension reform, two new events are organized in Le Havre and in Rouen (Seine-Maritime), this Thursday, January 16, 2020.
Against the pension reform, two new demonstrations were organized in Le Havre and in Rouen (Seine-Maritime), Thursday January 16, 2020. (© MB / 76actu)

For the 43e day of mobilization, opponents of the pension reform used blockades and demonstrations on Thursday, January 16, 2020, to protest the pension reform. Dams, there have been Haven and to Rouen (Seine-Maritime), early in the morning. These two ports are still impossible to access.

The Le Havre demonstration, which started at 10 a.m. from the Maison des Syndicats Franklin, brought together 4,300 people, according to the police, and between 20 and 25,000 for the CGT. In Rouen, the interprofessional registered 10,000 participants, compared to 4,000 for the police.

• LIVE. Follow the events in Le Havre and Rouen:

13.30. End of the demonstration in Rouen

The police announced the presence of 4000 demonstrators in Rouen, against 10 000 on the side of the unions.

1:26 p.m.. An action on Monday at Place Colbert in Mont-Saint-Aignan

A student representative announced during an address in front of the harbor office, an action at Place Colbert in Mont-Saint-Aignan on Monday January 20. This action will be followed by general meetings at the university.

1:24 p.m.. Actions to come against the anticipated Bac tests in Rouen?

During the speech, Marie-Helene Duverger, of the Solidaires union, announced future actions against the anticipated tests of the bac 2020, the E3C.

1:20 p.m.. Dozens of boats waiting

As a result of the dead port operation launched by dockers and port agents in the large seaport, dozens of boats were waiting, announced Fabrice Lottin, of the CGT of ports.

1:04 p.m.. Protesters in front of the autonomous port of Rouen

After two hours of walking, the demonstrators joined the harbor office for a speech by union representatives.

12:54. The procession in front of the XXL panorama

The demonstrators, passed in front of the XXL panorama, joined the autonomous port in Rouen, in music, for a speech.

12:48. End of mobilization in Le Havre

The demonstration ended shortly after 12:30 p.m. As a reminder, the CGT counted between 20 to 25,000 people, and the police 4,300 in Le Havre.

12:42. Protesters from Rouen parade at the quai du Havre

The participants in the demonstration crossed the quay of Le Havre to join the harbor master’s office.

12:41. 10,000 demonstrators according to the CGT in Rouen

While the police counted 4000 people in Rouen, for this new day of mobilization, the CGT announced the figure of 10 0000 demonstrators. The CGT identified 4,000 demonstrators during the demonstration on Tuesday, January 14.

12:35. Protesters in Le Havre have left the rails

The demonstrators who had taken over the Le Havre railways left the scene.

12:22. The lawyers of the Rouen Bar Association in the demonstration in Rouen

The lawyers of the Rouen Bar, present in the procession, renewed the strike until Monday, January 20.

12:25. Protesters on the railway tracks in Le Havre

After bringing a vehicle into the station, the protesters from Le Havre took over the SNCF railroad tracks. A train was stopped.

12:20. The CGT hung a banner on the facade of the town hall of Rouen

The territorial CGT hung a giant banner on the facade of the town hall. We can read the inscription: “Points retirement, retirement at a loss. CGT territorial Rouen total withdrawal of the reform.

12.15. Protesters bring a vehicle onto the station platforms at Le Havre

A vehicle in the colors of the CGT was parked by the demonstrators on the station platforms at Le Havre. The speech among the mobilized is clear: “We will not let anything go”. The image is online at 76actu.

12:12. The CGT should announce the figure of 20,000 protesters in Rouen

The figure should be formalized by the CGT when speaking before the Autonomous Port. But the union should announce the figure of 20,000 participants.

12:02. Dock workers break away from the procession

The dockers left the procession to head for the plaza of Europe. The other part heads towards the Quai Colbert.

11:52. 4,300 demonstrators in Le Havre, 4,000 in Rouen

4,300 demonstrators were counted in Le Havre, 4,000 in Rouen and 950 in Dieppe, according to the police. Tuesday, January 14, the police identified 2650 demonstrators in Le Havre, and 1700 demonstrators in Rouen.

11:48. The demonstrators pass in front of the Becquerel center in Rouen

The procession in Rouen took rue d’Amiens, passing in front of the Henri Becquerel center. A sign invited the demonstrators to meet on Saturday January 18 in the capital: “La France Entire a Paris”.

11:39. 20 to 25,000 demonstrators in Le Havre, according to the CGT

The CGT local union in Le Havre announces 20 to 25,000 demonstrators for this new day of mobilization. The figure was communicated by Sandrine Gerard, secretary of the UL, who speaks of a “very significant” mobilization.

11:31. Protesters march on Boulevard Winston-Churchill in Le Havre

After taking Boulevard de Graville, the demonstrators head towards Boulevard Winston-Churchill in Le Havre.

11:17. Students leading the procession in Rouen

The students of Rouen are at the head of the procession of the demonstration in Rouen. They protest against the pension reform, and denounce the precariousness of which they are victims as well as the lack of means in the universities.

11:01. The procession in Rouen rushes towards rue de la Republique

The procession took off towards rue de la Republique. Here is the route communicated by the demonstrators: Cours Clemenceau, Pont Corneille, Rue de la Republique, Rue Alsace Lorraine, Rue Schumann, boulevard Gambetta, rue d’Amiens, rue Armand Carrel, rue des Faulx, place de l’Hotel de ville, rue Lecanuet, rue Jeanne d’Arc, quai de Paris, quai de Boisguilbert and Capitainerie.

10:59. A container burnt down in Le Havre

A container was set on fire at the rue du Marechal-Joffre in Le Havre.

10:58. Call for caution in Le Havre

According to the Le Havre police station, lhe procession is located at rue Aristide Briand. The circulation is in the sector, very difficult. Law enforcement officials advise to be careful and avoid the area.

10:56. Employees of the Darblay Chapel in the procession

Among them, employees of the Darblay Chapel, once again mobilized to protest against the job cuts. They scatter paper “to alert the elected officials”. “The 350,000 tonnes of paper that we recycle, what are we going to do with it if we leave?” “Asked a union official. On January 13, they stopped work and gathered outside the site.

10:47. Protesters gathered at Place Carnot in Rouen

In Rouen, many people are gathered on the Place Carnot to beat the pavement. The event was initially scheduled to start at 10:30 a.m.

10:31. The procession near the Havre station

The demonstrators, who left the Maison des Syndicats, during the Republic, took the direction of the rue du Marechal Joffre. Behind the harbors are teachers, hospital workers and even librarians. In the crowd, a person says “We are waiting for the dockers”.

10:25. Traffic disruption on the LiA network

The LiA transport service announces disrupted traffic on several lines in downtown Le Havre. The tram is interrupted on lines A / B, diversions and terminates diverted to lines C2, 03, 09, 19, 22. Users are invited to consult the Traffic info section, throughout the day on the site internet LiA.

10:21. Protesters departed from Le Havre

In Le Havre, the procession started a little after 10 a.m. from the Maison des Syndicats Franklin. The ports were visible at the start of the procession.

8:48. 20% of strikers in the education sector

The SNUipp-FSU 76 (National Union of Teachers, School Teachers and Pegc), the leading school union, announces the figure of approximately 20% of strikers in the education sector for the Seine-Maritime department.

8 hours. Mobilization in the Diderot College of Petit-Quevilly

Teachers from the Diderot secondary school in Petit-Quevilly mobilized on Thursday morning, outside their establishment to convince parents and teachers to come and demonstrate at 10:30 am in Rouen.

Teachers mobilized parents and children to express their rejection of the pension reform.
Teachers mobilized parents and children to express their rejection of the pension reform. (© DR)

7 hours. Blocking points in Le Havre and Rouen

Blocking points have been identified in Le Havre and Rouen, from 7 a.m. 150 people gathered on Boulevard Winston Churchill, at the entrance to Le Havre, near the Dresser Rand company at the crossroads leading to Boulevard de Graville.

In Rouen, boulevard Jean-de-Bethencourt, near 106, 107 and 108 was occupied by demonstrators who lit pallet fires shortly before 7 a.m.

6h. Strike notice on the network Tip

A strike notice was filed by union organizations for the day. Astuce indicates in a press release, that “disturbances are to be expected on the network lines”, in particular on the Metro lines, TEOR lines T1, T2, T3, T4, FAST lines F1, F2, F3, F4, F5 and regular lines 5, 6, 8, 11, 13, 20, 22, 40, 41, Noctambus, F. Regular lines 9, 26, 27, 29, 30, 32, 33, 34, 38, 39, 42 , 43, A, B, C, E, Allobus are operating normally. All the information on the lines on the Astuce website.

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