The Moroccan Social Front announced the dates of its organization of vigils; It is preparing to protest on October 15, 16 and 17, coinciding with the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. This appeal arises, according to a statement from the Moroccan Social Front, “in response to the deterioration of social conditions.”
The Moroccan Social Front includes unions and associations, including the Democratic Confederation of Labor, trade union sectors affiliated with the Moroccan Trade Union, the Democratic Left Federalist parties, Democratic Approach, the Moroccan Association for the Protection of Public Funds, the Moroccan Association ATAC and others. bodies.
The Social Front advocated a “productive social dialogue that responds to the demands of the different segments of the Moroccan working population”, which is added to a “dignified increase in wages”, as well as the withdrawal of all the “regressive and regressive projects related to the strike law, the union law and liquidation measures related to retirement”.
He renewed his demand to “lower fuel prices, nationalize the company “La Samir”, contribute to Morocco’s energy security, return the looted funds, including 17,000 million dirhams, which were “devoured” by the fuel lobby , reduce food prices (oil, flour, sugar, legumes…) and guarantee food security, in addition to reducing the prices of water and electricity bills.
The Front also insisted on the need to allow the inhabitants of the shantytowns and marginal neighborhoods to obtain decent housing, to stop the attack and theft of land by the masses and clans by the real estate mafias, and to free all political prisoners.
The Front warned about the need to put an end to the work of knots and integrate the teachers forced to hire into the public service, and guarantee free and unique public services for all.