Updates on General Assembly votes on high school occupations in Nantes, France in opposition to the CPE.
Lycee Goussier-Perrin: occupation continues. The headteacher demanded that all students be present for the general assembly (AG) so that they could vote to return to lessons. 62% of just over 1,300 students voted to continue the blockade.
Lycee Livet: Of the school's 1,600 pupils, 600 attended an AG where the continuation of the blockade was voted for by 70% of students.
Lycee Viale: The AG failed to function correctly (we are short on details) the blockade was continued by default until tomorrow morning at 8am
Lycee Bourdonnieres: An Ag on monday with 1,120 students present voted to continue the blockade with 60% voting for and 37% against after a letter was sent by the headteacher telling students would resume on that day.
Lycee Carcouet: Out of 680 students 59% voted to continue the blockades until wednesday morning.
Lycee la Herdrie: A secret ballot was held. The continuation of the blockade was voted for by 60% of students, with 33% voting against.
Lycee Coliniere: Motion passed, out of 951 students, 696 voted to continue the blockade with 198 voting against.
News is still pending from other schools, Lycee Clemenceau has not issued the results of the AG yet, but the blockade was visibly still holding when other during the student action at the station.
Article translated for libcom.org from Nantes indymedia