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(en) France, Tract UCL, An emergency plan for all public services in 93 (ca, de, fr, it, pt, tr)[machine translation]

Date Thu, 11 Apr 2024 08:19:18 +0300

In 1998, a vast protest movement involving parents, teachers and students won an emergency plan. Twenty-five years later, Seine-Saint-Denis remains one of the most under-equipped departments in relation to its population. Let's not let this happen, let's demand our rights! ---- In 1998 teachers and parents but also many high school students from Seine-Saint-Denis led three months of mobilizations and strikes under the slogan: "We want means, we are not less than nothing" . The result was extraordinary: 3,000 teacher hires and 5,000 "youth jobs", creation of specific standards on class numbers and for the schools most in difficulty, 5 billion granted for the renovation of buildings...

The fight was led by a "Coordination of establishments on strike" which functioned in a general assembly in the presence of teacher union leaders and parents of FCPE students. The current movement can produce identical results!

But the State and successive governments have not only allowed the school in our department to deteriorate. The entire health system is dilapidated: hospitals, nursing homes, mental health, municipal health centers... Thousands of professionals and dozens of reception facilities are missing.

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In public transport we suffer daily from dilapidated networks and unsuitable timetables. The work that drags on to open new lines creates incomprehensible difficulties and, with the population densification desired by local authorities and real estate developers, we already know that they will be insufficient when they are put into service.

Finally, in housing, the scam of urban renovation plans is now before everyone's eyes: massive destruction of social housing, construction of already degraded condominiums and delusional densification by eating away at the few green spaces which were nevertheless our only hopes for fight against global warming and urban heatwaves.

We refuse to live in a giant ghetto. We want reindustrialization for real jobs and real salaries: enough precariousness and cheap jobs. We want the reconstruction of local agricultural areas rather than new hard discount chains that sell us industrial foods imported from all over the planet.

General mobilization!

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