Thursday , November 26 2020

Social dialogue or the perpetual postponement in service of a PJD agenda



of Mohamed Deychillaoui on 05/11/2018 at. 23:09

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Kiosque360. In the absence of a convincing "social proposal", the Moroccan trade unions decided to boycott the next round of social dialogue with the government. Unless El Othmani leaves the ballast, the blocking is turned off for a long time.

In addition to the Union of Labor in Morocco (UNTM), the Justice and Development Party's trade union arm, all other unions, including the most representative such as UMT, CDT and CGTM, have decided to end any dialogue with the current government.

according to Al Akhbar On Tuesday, November 6, dealing with an editorial of this accident, the unions have promised not to return to the negotiating table, as Saad-Eddine El Othmani, Head of State, has not submitted concrete proposals and more or less according to their requirements.
This position comes after the last round of social dialogue held at the end of last week, and was marked by a total failure because each party remained in its positions. But for Al AkhbarThe ball remains in the government's court, as long as it is urged to quickly defeat the social bomb before it explodes in its hands.

Worse, since the signing of the union government's agreement of April 24, 2011, in an Arab spring context, all PJD-led governments, who have followed each other since then, never advanced a single iota in the sense of improving Moroccan living conditions, accusing the newspaper.

Even today and despite the instructions of the country's supreme authority to revive the social dialogue and quickly find a resort, Saad-Eddine El Othmani, instead of giving priority to social peace and stability, the country's policies have been lost in budget terms and other buy-back estimates. For him, an increase of 400 dirhams of public employees below 10 and 100 dirham is more for family allowances, the maximum ceiling that the government can give to unions. It will take or go. for Al Akhbar, this view of state solidarity is in fact only a "maneuver to earn a PJD agenda, based on a social crisis to achieve certain political goals."

Without supporting the unions, he also accuses him of hiding his many flaws through his endless stand-by with the government, Al Akhbar Confirms that the key to the success of the social dialogue is in the hands of El Othmani. But the latter volunteerly maintains "status quo" and waits for spinning the hot potato to its successor. Exactly as he himself inherited the bishirian government.

By Mohamed Deychillaoui


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