Elisabeth Borne offers the unions to receive them in mid-May
Let’s go. This Friday at the end of the afternoon, Matignon sent the invitation to…
Let’s go. This Friday at the end of the afternoon, Matignon sent the invitation to all the representative social partners , Medef, CPME and U2P, on the employers’ side, and CFDT, CGT, FO, CFE-CGC and CFTC, on the union side. The Prime Minister proposes to receive them each bilaterally, the numbers one being able to come “accompanied [s] of two people, ”says the email.
The appointments will take place in the third week of May, focusing on May 16 and 17 a priori. It will be the first time that the unions will see the Prime Minister again after their meeting with the head of government on April 5 on the pension reform which had come to a halt .
Unions still driven by public opinion
The initiative is intended to be a “hand extended to all those of good will” to “re-establish a peaceful and constructive dialogue” with the social partners, to use the words of Elisabeth Borne during the presentation of its roadmap, end of April .
The task promises to be very delicate because if on the side of the executive, it is a question of turning the page on the pension reform, the organizations of employees, they consider that the battle is not over. At the end of a thirteenth still important mobilization, on May 1, the unions, which are always driven by public opinion, have announced a new day of action June 6 two days before the examination in the National ***embly of the bill of the Liot group aimed at returning to 62 years.
“All subjects are on the table, with the social partners, to improve life at work”, said Elisabeth Borne on April 26, displaying the desire to “give them more initiative and responsibility” while the president of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, spoke of a “new pact for life at work” announced in his televised address on April 17.
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