Earlier, the former presidential candidate LO had issued a statement accusing the government of being "the man's hand patronnat" following statements Manuel Valls. Face hardening of social movements, the interior minister was indeed worried Tuesday risks "social explosions or implosions of" ensuring that its services were mobilized to avoid overflow because "we can not break work tool. " "I heard the government is concerned about the radicalization of social movements that threaten the production tool, said Ms. Arthaud amidst flags CGT., But this is the direction which wants to close the factory. Government takes the cause of big business and the bourgeoisie. "
Olivier Besancenot has not been more tender. "It may be under a leftist government that the worst social attacks are made," he complained. Martine Billard, Co-Chair of the Left Party, was not very comfortable. "I've never been a socialist but I do not think that a government that claims to PS would go so far in supporting employers" she judged. And particularly Mr. Montebourg aim: "When he says that this sacrifice is not that important, it is clear that it is not he who is in the factory."
The words of the Minister of productive recovery and his colleague from the inside also remained in the craw of the Communists, particularly well represented in the event. Alongside local councilors, Marie-George Buffet and FranÃ§ois Asensi, both members of Seine-Saint-Denis, Pierre Laurent has also led the charge against the government. The national secretary of the Communist Party said he was "absolutely shocked" after the words of MM. Montebourg and Valls. "Is what it is that is expected of a leftist government? Launched micro Mr. Lawrence. Surely not! Expected this is to take advantage of the workers. which must grow now is the convergence of struggles! "
Announced, Daniel Goldberg, PS deputy of Seine-Saint-Denis, and Gerard Segura, Socialist mayor of Aulnay-sous-Bois, had not finally made the trip. Contacted by Le Monde, Mr. Goldberg invoked the union split to justify their absence, the majority union in the factory, SIA, organizing another demonstration outside the headquarters in Paris where PSA negotiations socially continued Tuesday. "We did not want to choose one or the other," said Goldberg, adding: "We spent hours and nights to take care of the site and employees it for months, even years. We did not want to participate in an operation with national political figures who come in Aulnay and leave so quickly. "