Unions give executive one last chance before nationwide strike

Soaring fuel prices, government aid not received by some professionals, obstacles encountered in terms of social security… The unions are calling this time to meet with the head of government and are threatening to hold a national strike.

Transport unions met on Wednesday, aiming to discuss the various issues faced by drivers, including government support which has not been received by all concerned to deal with price inflation. fuel and the various difficulties encountered by professionals when registering with the social security fund.

At the end of this meeting, the unions decided to grant 15 days to the head of government, Aziz Akhannouch, to meet them and find solutions to the problems of professionals while taking into account the reality of sectoral representativeness. . If necessary, they say they are obliged to announce measures, including nationwide demonstrations.

According to them, the professionals have been insisting for several weeks on the need to first address the problems relating to the support allocated by the government, especially since a large majority have still not received the first payments promised by the executive.

In addition, they deplored that these drivers face several obstacles in the process of registering with the national fund, thus preventing them from benefiting from social security and health insurance.

They insist that the last circular did not take into account the points raised by the professionals, and believe that certain clauses which concern them are incompatible with the reality of the sector and go against their interests.

That said, Akhannouch has only two weeks ahead of him to find a solution to all the problems cited by the transport unions before a national traffic stop which would have serious repercussions.

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