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Education unions make joint proposals

The five most representative unions in the education sector have called for closing ranks. The UMT, UGTM, CDT, FNE and FDT plan to present joint proposals within the framework of a joint trade union memorandum aimed at implementing the January 18 agreement on sectoral social dialogue. In a press release published on Saturday, the unions took stock of the progress of the negotiations around the new unified status.

The five most representative trade unions in the education sector, namely the Moroccan Labor Union (UMT), the General Union of Moroccan Workers (UGTM), the Democratic Confederation of Labor (CDT), the National Federation of Education (FNE) and the Democratic Federation of Labor (FDT), reiterated last Friday their full commitment to the success of the dialogue initiated within the framework of the Joint Technical Committee responsible for drawing up the new unified statute for teachers. The unions have called in this direction to improve the inequalities of “categories” decried by the teachers.

The objective being to preserve the achievements, to achieve the principle of professional equity and to create unified training circuits and attractive training paths which make it possible to promote the social situation of the teaching family. on a press release from the five unions. Published last Saturday, the press release also reveals the progress of the work of the committee which received, on Wednesday May 11, the draft memoranda supposed to translate the provisions of the agreement concluded on January 18, 2022 with the government.

In this sense, the trade unions agreed, after the deliberations last Friday, to formulate joint proposals within the framework of a common trade union memorandum which will be presented this week. In addition, the unions announced that the meetings are continuing according to a precise and agreed calendar and thematic programming, which have reached their fourth stage. A total of nine meetings have already taken place and have been devoted to the presentation of the general framework, functions and tasks, standards for measuring professional performance and professional ethics. During these meetings, it was a question of examining several models of statutes for teachers, belonging to countries whose education systems have administrative and functional intersections with the Moroccan education system, as a reference, specify the unions.


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