At RATP, Unsa announced the suspension of the strike started 45 days ago. Traffic should therefore resume normally on Monday, January 20.
RATP traffic should resume normally Monday, January 20, after the announcement by Unsa of the suspension of the strike, which does not mark the end of the protest for the majority union at RATP. “What is certain is that for now, the indefinite strike has ended. Paris metro drivers voted to suspend the movement from Monday morning ”, announces journalist Maryse Burgot, live from the Palais-Royal, in Paris.
A day of strike on January 24
But beware, Friday January 24, the strike resumes for only one day. “Because that day, in the Council of Ministers, the pension reform is presented”, she emphasizes. But overall, we can say that the movement is running out of steam. The Unsa, the majority union at RATP, explains that the agents voted to take it back for financial reasons.