“ONEP” users continue to escalate in protest against the sector’s loss of jobs – Today 24

The eight union coordination of employees of the National Office of Electricity and Drinking Water in the water sector announced the escalation during the coming year by launching a strike on January 3, 4 and 5, 2024, with the organization of regional protests on January 4, 2024 in front of the office’s regional and regional directorates.
This union coordination consists of 8 unions: the Moroccan Labor Union, the Democratic Confederation of Labor, the General Union of Workers in Morocco, the Democratic Labor Organization, the National Labor Union in Morocco, the Democratic Federation of Labor, the Popular Union of Waged Workers, and the National Union of Users of the National Office for Potable Water.
He also called for launching a national strike on January 16, 17, 18, 24, 25 and 26, 2024, with a national protest in front of the general administration of the office in Rabat on Thursday, January 25, 2024.
In a statement, he held the public responsible for protecting water and electricity as a vital and strategic facility for political parties, civil society and all citizens.
He called on the general administration of the office to reconsider the way it deals with unions, open a serious and responsible dialogue, and set a date for negotiation to discuss all the demands included in its demand file and give priority to the higher interest.
It is noteworthy that the coordination went on a national strike on Thursday and Friday, December 28 and 29, 2023, with a protest last Friday in front of the General Administration of the National Office of Electricity and Drinking Water, the water sector.
He criticized the continued closing of the dialogue doors by the public administration with union coordination to negotiate the urgent demand file and a group of outstanding demands related to the fate of the office and the future of employees.
It is noteworthy that the recently issued law creating regional multi-service companies was met with protests from users of the National Office of Electricity and Drinking Water during its discussion in Parliament.
In previous statements, Abdelaziz Al-Ashir, First Deputy Secretary General of the Moroccan Labor Union (Water Sector), criticized this law, which in his view was not necessary to resort to in the presence of the Delegated Management Law.
He explained that the new law will lead to the emergence of several players in the sector, as their number will increase from the current 3 players to 12 regional companies, from which other companies will branch out.

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