Ten housekeepers organized their car pool to work in Luxembourg. A bus company assigns them for "unfair competition".
That is to say ten cleaning ladies who organize a carpooling system to go five days a week from their home in Moselle, to their place of work, to the buildings that house the European institutions in Luxembourg. Or a French public transport company which operates a line on the same route. If the world turned round, we would see two relevant examples of the fight against the saturation of the Metz-Luxembourg road axis. We could even applaud the minimal but salutary initiatives in the fight against the greenhouse effect (194 micrograms of ozone per m3 of air measured in Thionville on June 28, and 195 five days earlier; the population information threshold is set at 180 micrograms / m3). But the world is not turning right.
The proof ? The transport company accuses the ten housekeepers of "unfair competition" and assigns them to the tribunal de grande instance (TGI) of Briey (Meurthe-et-Moselle).