Corsica continent sailors have returned to work

The Inter of SNCM called for a 24-hour strike Tuesday to protest against the management decision to charter a ferry flying the Greek flag.

Marine CGT SNCM and South, on strike since May 2, agreed Wednesday, May 9 to suspend their movement, which should allow the recovery in day traffic between Corsica and the mainland, Has was learned from sources.

In the direction of SNCM recovery for all traffic, freight and passengers, with five starts on Wednesday in Marseille, Toulon and a two Bastia for both companies. After a general meeting held on Wednesday morning, "it was voted unanimously to suspend the movement," said the delegate marine CGT SNCM Yann Pantel, indicating that a delegation representing them should be received in Paris May 15 by a person responsible for transport issues in the campaign team of Francois Hollande.

CGT marine Marseille calls for the application of French social legislation shipboard private company Corsica Ferries, Italian flag and whose crews are multinational. "The reason has prevailed", for his part, said the director of SNCM for Corsica, Pierre-André Giovannini, after the vote on return to work.

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