Aziz Akhannouch’s government is still facing widespread criticism from various unions, after it failed to complete the gains of the working class.
According to newspaper 24’s sources, the trade union centers are still awaiting the resumption of a new round of social dialogue next September, in order to discuss the various just and legitimate demands of the working class.
The same sources confirmed that the trade unions sent a clear message to the government to end the “blockage,” which culminated in the latest rounds of dialogue between the government and the trade unions.
The same sources added that the issue of the increase in wages and the income tax review, in addition to denouncing the issue of the deterioration of the purchasing power of Moroccans, are among the most prominent issues that trade unions wish to address during the next session.
The same sources highlighted that the vulnerable groups collapsed in the face of the continuous rise in food and fuel prices, stressing that the unions do not want to discuss the issue of the right to strike, before implementing the contents of the April 30 agreement.
The same sources indicated that the unions, through their reports repeatedly addressed to the government, refuse to link the current circumstance with the language of constraints and justifications to the international level.
And the same sources added that the prices of fuel and basic materials in most countries of the world have decreased, so the government is required to assume responsibility and fulfill obligations related to social dialogue.