“the tripartite social agreement is balanced”

“We are happy to find a balanced agreement for both companies and employees. This agreement will also allow us to open a new page where we will have balanced agreements and further develop employment in our country,” Alj said in a statement to the press after the signing ceremony. of the minutes of the agreement covering the period 2022-2024.

And to maintain that the social agreement, concluded after several rounds of negotiation marked by the spirit of responsibility and trust, provides for a precise agenda for the concretization of the commitments made by all the parties and a conditioning, which constitutes a guarantee of the respect of promises in favor of the evolution of Moroccan social legislation, the strengthening of the national economic fabric and the promotion of social inclusion.

“We would like to salute the constructive, concerted and participatory approach of the Head of Government and his Ministers, who have conditioned the implementation of this agreement on a commitment to the total and not partial application of the commitments made and to the formalization of ‘a calendar that sets the deadline for each commitment,’ added Mr. Alj.

The government, the CGEM and the most representative trade union centers signed, on Saturday in Rabat, the minutes of a social agreement and a national charter of social dialogue, during the meeting of the High Commission for Social Dialogue chaired by the Head of government, Aziz Akhannouch.

These minutes were signed by Mr. Akhannouch, Mr. Alj, the General Secretary of the Moroccan Labor Union (UMT), Miloudi Moukharik, the General Secretary of the General Union of Moroccan Workers (UGTM), Naama Mayara, and the representatives of the Democratic Confederation of Labor (CDT), Khalid Alami Houir and Bouchta Boukhalfa, and the president of the Moroccan Confederation of Agriculture and Rural Development, Mohamed Ammouri.

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