“The success of the strike during the Champions League final gives a concrete balance of power to the trade unions. The fiasco of May 28 generated worldwide media coverage and the management bears full responsibility for the problems of routing supporters to the Stade de France”, say CGT Métro-RER, Unsa and La Base in their appeal.

For the unions, which denounce in particular the understaffing among drivers and demand a bonus of 1,500 euros in recognition of their involvement during the pandemic, we must “not let our guard down and remain mobilized over time”.

“On June 3, let’s mobilize for France-Denmark” in the Football Nations League, they write again.

Unlike Saturday’s movement, Force Ouvrière has not joined the movement at this stage. A question of form, according to Jean-Christophe Delprat, federal secretary FO Transport for whom “colleagues will join the action: we are fighting for better use of the RER for users”.

RATP only operates the southern part of RER B.

From the Gare du Nord, the SNCF manages the line towards Saint-Denis and the Stade de France. The disturbances could therefore be concentrated only on the southern section.