28 September: day of trade union action to put social priorities on the table

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As the 7 traditional parties (liberals, socialists, greens and christian democrats) are on the verge of forming a government, after 490 days of negotiations, trade union united-front rallies have taken place to put pressure on the negotiators and to put social priorities on the table.

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In the North of the country as in the South,  railway workers, nursing home staff, domestic help, public transport workers, metalworkers, saleswomen...the working class in all its diversity!

  • For the minimum pension at 1500 euros net (not gross) and now (not in 2024).
  • For a real and urgent refinancing of health (to face the second wave) and social security through a wealth tax.
  • To unblock wages by putting the 1996 law in the dustbin. #Social resistance

A first step in the showdown we will have to undertake against the new government. Because health care workers have already shown that if we fight, we can win.

 

 

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Raoul Hedebouw, MP and PTB spokesman, with the trade unionists in Liège.