MSC Euribia accidents and incidents
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March 2023Other Incidents
The new ship's sea trials (originally scheduled to start on March 23, 2023) were delayed due to a series of union strikes in France against the Borne government's pension reform plan for increasing the retirement age from 62 to 64. The employees' nationwide spread refusal to work also affected the French ports including Saint-Nazaire's.
Note: The first strikes started on January 19th. In March 2023, the French government used the constitution's Article 49.3 to force the pension reform bill through the parliament, which sparked more protests.
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