The Ministry of Youth pays the salaries of the assistant cadres… and a trade unionist: the regulation is not regulated

The Ministry of Youth, Culture and Communication has announced the solution to the problem of auxiliary frames and refers to two thousand auxiliary frames working in youth homes, women’s club centers and kindergarten institutions.

A source from the Ministry of Youth, Culture and Communication said that “for the first time at the end of August the salaries of auxiliary personnel were paid, while the participation of this category in the National Social Security Fund is guaranteed.”

The same source stated that this category now earns Dh2,100 net per month instead of Dh100 per month.

The Hespress source pointed out that the solution chosen by the ministry to solve this problem is to hire three companies that transfer said amount for the benefit of these frameworks, ensuring their participation in the National Social Security Fund.

The source indicated that the fact that some cadres do not receive their salaries is due to a technical problem related to an error in the bank account, and noted that this problem has been solved.

On the other hand, the Hespress source revealed that 6 people did not benefit from this process until they reached retirement age.

Mehdi Bensaid, Minister of Youth, Culture and Communication, had announced that an estimated financial allocation of 90 million dirhams per year would be allocated to download one of the scenarios proposed for the resolution of this file, after considering the miserable material and social situation that auxiliary tables.

For his part, Ahmed Belfatmi, national secretary of the National Confederation of Trade Unions of the Ministry of Youth, Culture and Communication, affiliated with the General Union of Moroccan Workers, told Hespress: “The rules that the Ministry of Youth , Culture and Communication that are counted on to pay the salaries of auxiliary cadres are not fixed”.

The union actor added: “The initiative of the Ministry of Youth, Culture and Communication is a qualitative initiative to solve the problem of these frameworks; But it is necessary to add transparency to the list of beneficiaries.”

The same speaker warned that this regulation is vitiated by some imbalances in light of the talk of excluding a series of auxiliary frameworks in exchange for the benefit of others that were not in this category.

In the same statement, Belfatmi urged the Ministry of Youth, Culture and Communication to publish the list of beneficiaries to the public to give transparency to this process.

The National Editor of the National Confederation of Trade Unions of the Ministry of Youth, Culture and Communication indicated that a number of auxiliary frameworks were excluded immediately after the Corona pandemic, as they were no longer registered and counted in this category.

On the other hand, Belfatmi stated that the salaries of auxiliary personnel were not paid retroactively, starting from last January, as previously promised by the Minister of Youth, Culture and Communication; But he indicated that the minister did not close the door to dialogue on this promise.

Mehdi Bensaid, Minister of Youth, Culture and Communication, had confirmed, in a parliamentary session, that these marks, which count in 2010, receive a meager compensation of 1,080 dirhams per year, or 90 dirhams per month, for years, to spend from the budget of the youth sector, in addition to benefiting from complementary compensation granted through associations that support institutions, and is characterized by instability and disparity between regions.