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Gov’t Has Met Many of its Commitments Despite Difficult Economic Situation (Minister)

Minister of Economic Inclusion, Small Business, Employment and Skills, Younes Sekkouri, stressed, Friday in Rabat, that the government has met a large number of its commitments despite the difficult situation that the world in general, and not only Morocco, is going through.

Speaking at the end of the meeting of the head of government with the Moroccan Labor Union (UMT) and the General Union of Moroccan Workers (UGTM), as part of the April session of social dialogue, Sekkouri described as “very honorable” the outcome of this dialogue, noting that the head of government has proposed to the unions and the CGEM to consider, in view of the next finance law, everything that is likely to improve the purchasing power of citizens.

This proposal was “welcomed” by the unions as a practical mechanism introduced by the government in its relations with unions and employers, he said.

Morocco has responsible trade unions and a government of initiatives with a strong political will, he added, highlighting the importance of this April session of social dialogue, which enshrines the firm commitment of the government to institutionalize this tradition and respect the dates set.

The meeting of the head of government with the leaders of the most representative trade unions took place pursuant to the provisions of the agreement of April 30, 2022, which stipulates the organization of two meetings per year between the head of government and trade unions, the first in September to receive the comments and proposals of the unions on the draft budget and the second in April devoted to the search for solutions for outstanding issues and for the exchange of views on matters that concern civil servants and employees.

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