The government continues the social dialogue with a view to May Day

The government continues the social dialogue with a view to May Day

The meetings held as part of the April round of social dialogue, under the chairmanship of the head of government, Aziz Akhannouch, continued on Tuesday in Rabat with a meeting with representatives of the General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises (CGEM), driven by Chakib Alj.

According to a press release from the head of government’s department, the meeting was an opportunity to emphasize the importance of the involvement of the CGEM to ensure the success of social dialogue and allow the promulgation of the labor code and the law on strikes, within the framework of the government’s commitment to common and responsible action with all of its social and economic partners, in order to respond to the demands and aspirations of the working class in Morocco.

The head of government noted that “these meetings are taking place in an atmosphere of respect and mutual trust, reiterating the government’s commitment to ensure the smooth running of the sectoral dialogue sessions and to provide them with guarantees and conditions for success”. , reports the press release.

He hailed the honorable record of social dialogue, after the respect by the current government of a large number of its commitments, and this, despite the difficult economic situation, added the same source.

This meeting took place in the presence of Nadia Fettah, Minister of Economy and Finance, Younes Sekkouri, Minister of Economic Inclusion, Small Business, Labor and Skills, Fouzi Lekjaa, Minister Delegate to the Minister of Economy and Finance, in charge of the Budget, as well as the Secretary General of the Ministry Delegate to the Head of Government in charge of the Digital Transition and Administrative Reform.

The April round of social dialogue was launched last week with meetings with delegations from the Moroccan Labor Union (UMT) and the General Union of Workers in Morocco (UGTM) and will continue with a meeting with a delegation from the Democratic Confederation of Labor (CDT).


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