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Kiosque360. As there is no compelling "social proposal," Moroccan trade union centers decided to boycott the next stages of social dialogue with the government. If El Othmani does not let go of the ballast, the lock will be switched off for a long time.
Apart from the National Labor Organization in Morocco (UNTM), the Justice and Development Alliance, all other trade unions, including the most representative, such as UMT, CDT and CGTM, have decided to put an end to any dialogue with the current government.
in accordance with Al Akhbar On Tuesday, November 6th, which devotes editorial information to this deadlock, trade unions have undertaken not to return to the negotiating table because Saad-Eddine El Othmani, the head of government, has not made concrete proposals and more or less meets their book requirements.
This position follows the final round of social dialogue at the end of last week, and is characterized by a complete failure, as each party remained in a position. But about Al Akhbarthe ball remains in the government court, as long as it is called to quickly destroy the social ball before it explodes in its hands.
Worse, since the union-government agreement signed on April 24, 2011, in the context of the Arab Spring, all the PJD-led governments that have followed since then have never raised any sense of improving Moroccan living conditions, complaining in a newspaper.
Even today, and despite the directions of the supreme authority to re-establish social dialogue and quickly find a way out, Saad-Eddine El Othmani, instead of favoring national policies for social peace and stability, has become excessive for budget considerations and other grocer estimates. For him, the increase of £ 400 in dirhams under the 10 and 100 dirhams for family benefits is the maximum amount that the government can grant to unions. It must be taken or left. about Al Akhbarindeed, the similarity of this government's strictness is merely a "maneuver that serves the PJD agenda based on the social crisis in pursuit of certain political goals."
Without supporting trade unions, he is also accused of wanting to hide his many loopholes, their infinite position with the government, Al Akhbar confirms that the key to the success of social dialogue is in the hands of El Othman. However, it voluntarily maintains the "status quo" in anticipation of the spin of hot potatoes by his successor. Just like he himself inherited the Benkiran government.
By Mohamed Deychillaoui