Moroccan enterprises call for addressing social and labor problems
Morocco, Economics, 1/27/2000
The general confederation of Moroccan enterprises (CGEM/Entrepreneurs' association) called on Tuesday the government and trade unions to build social confidence and serenity in the interest of the country.
The CGEM chairman, Abderrahim Lahjouji, deplored the unprecedented deterioration of social relations that devastates employment and investments and said all social partners (government, employers and trade unions) should be aware of the economic and social stakes and the growing sustainable economic and social development requirements.
He cited, in particular, the abusive occupation of work premises and the repeated strikes without prior warning.
Although the CGEM respects the right to strike in the legal conditions, it cannot tolerate impediments to the right to work, he said.
The CGEM regrets some authorities' laxity and the trade unions' inability to open a mature dialogue.
The remarks were made during the CGEM general assembly.
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