Saturday, March 14, 2009

France and the Caribbean trade union leaders seek moderation and dialogue in a social and political crisis.




Demonstration Thursday in "La Reunion", caribbean french.

http://www.lepoint.fr/actualites-societe/vers-une-sortie-de-crise-dans-les-antilles-la-reunion-dans-l/920/0/325640
"Le Point", Paris, France.
In Guadeloupe, the tensions seem to be repercussions and the leader of the LKP Élie Domota ensured Wednesday that “the reason (was) carrying it”. “It is true that there was a certain number of frictions, but today, I believe that paid the employer ratio/is returning to a normal situation”, analyzed he. In these two islands of Overseas French, the prospect for an institutional reform or statutory, evoked by president Sarkozy, leaves skeptic trade unions and owners who do not see there capable elements regulating the problems arising at the time of the two months of mobilization. “The crises have many disadvantages, they bring many difficulties, but they have also revealing virtues, which make it possible to advance the things”, the Secretary of State estimated to Outre-mer Yves Jégo, after the adoption Thursday evening by the Senate of the bill on the overseas development, amended in comparison with the West-Indian crisis.

To thousands of kilometers from there, the Meeting, which launched out in a similar movement on March 5, tried to find the ways of the negotiation. That on the wages, which was to take again Friday, was deferred once again at the request of Cospar, the collective against the expensive life, while the prefect presented an intermediate draft agreement and the last answers of the State to the 62 claims of the Collective. Cospar justified its absence by the need for consulting its members. “We will not sign anything in precipitation. We do not want to lock up us in the Bino agreement”, of the name of the agreement signed in Guadeloupe, explained the general secretary of CGT Réunion, Ivan Hoareau. Cospar calls at a new day of demonstration on Thursday March 19, day of national action. The preceding day of mobilization, Tuesday, had ended in violent incidents between breakers and police force in Saint-Denis and the Port.

To thousands of kilometers from there, "La Reunion", which launched out in a similar movement on March 5, tried to find the ways of the negotiation. That on the wages, which was to take again Friday, was deferred once again at the request of Cospar, the collective against the expensive life, while the prefect presented an intermediate draft agreement and the last answers of the State to the 62 claims of the Collective. Cospar justified its absence by the need for consulting its members. “We will not sign anything in precipitation. We do not want to lock up us in the Bino agreement”, of the name of the agreement signed in Guadeloupe, explained the general secretary of CGT Réunion, Ivan Hoareau. Cospar calls at a new day of demonstration on Thursday March 19, day of national action. The preceding day of mobilization, Tuesday, had ended in violent incidents between breakers and police force in Saint-Denis and the Port.

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