The basics The rally that was organized in front of the Sam factory workshops that Sunday afternoon once again attracted large numbers of people, including many elected officials.
More than 3000 for the organizing collective. A little less than 2000 according to the police. Whatever the number, that Sunday afternoon there were still people in the Prades area of Viviez who were part of an event organized by the collective “Tous Ensemble pour le Bassin” in support of the Sam factory workers and more generally was organized to defend the territory.
In addition to the employees of the industrial plant, whose staff representatives have started negotiations with the potential Spanish buyer CIE Automotive, employees from the factories Bosch, Figeac Aero or STS and many elected officials were again present. A month later you were at the day for a similar meeting.
Local, departmental, regionally elected officials, including the president of the department Jean-Claude Galliard, the regional councilor Stéphane Bérard or the mayor of Decazeville François Marty, all of whom unanimously supported the workers of Sam and assured them not to “leave them in.” Stitch “at this difficult moment, Center Press Aveyron says.
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The fact remains that this second event, enlivened by the musical performances of Wally and Ben, may not be the last, as Gyslaine Gistau, Sam’s CGT delegate, indicated during her intervention: “The fight is not over yet Nothing has ended. Nothing has yet to be done in the negotiations that are starting. We reiterate our desire to retain at least 300 of the 350 jobs currently identified at the company and strongly oppose the prospect of losing 214 jobs, such as the Spanish group CIE has put forward its recovery plan “.