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Minister of Education presents to sector unions preliminary draft of Basic Law for employees of private wires

The Minister of National Education, Abdelhakim Belabed, held on Thursday a meeting with the sector’s unions devoted to the presentation of the preliminary draft of the special status of civil servants belonging to the specific bodies of National Education, whose development has just been completed by the ad-hoc technical commission.

Speaking on the occasion, the minister said that this meeting comes to “honour the commitments” made on October 25 last year regarding the “implementation of the decision of the President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune on the revision of the special status of civil servants belonging to specific bodies of the National Education, a text governing the career of workers in the sector”.

In this regard, Belabed said that his department had “spared no effort to address the claims raised by the various unions in the sector in accordance with the legal frameworks in force, in a progressive and balanced manner, while taking into account the repercussions of the health crisis on the socio-economic and financial levels.

Reiterating the readiness of his sector to “listen to all social partners and take note of all proposals in this regard”, the Minister assured of the commitment of his department to “address the concerns raised without exception”.

The Minister reported, in this context, the installation of commissions and cells for the treatment of social concerns in addition to the creation of a mobile commission to investigate the modalities of management at the local directorate of education, the accompaniment of officials to ensure quality performance and the resolution of all problems. It was also proceeded to “the installation of a central commission chaired by the Inspector General in order to address the concerns raised by the unions,” said the Minister.

He announced that he had “given instructions to accelerate the payment of salaries to employees, particularly new employees, replacements and contract workers, in addition to the arrears accumulated since 2015”.

The Minister of National Education reiterated his commitment to “address the concerns raised in accordance with the legal frameworks, taking into account the material and financial resources available”.

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