A police union action began on Monday morning in front of the Tihange nuclear power plant, in the Liège entity of Huy. This brings together around a hundred officers who are demanding in particular better working conditions and measures to make the police profession more attractive.
A hundred police gathered Monday at 6:30 am, in front of the entrance to the Tihange nuclear site, at the crossroads of Avenue de l’Industrie, in Tihange. They are expected to stay there until around 10 a.m., organizers said.
A filter dam prevents the flow of traffic and causes major traffic jams, especially on the national 684 which connects Villers-le-Bouillet to the Meuse valley. The union representatives specify that this action is part of a plan aimed at highlighting the lack of attractiveness of the police profession as well as the arduousness/dangerousness aspect.