US News Guinea: The soldiers receive bankers and unions during their consultation

14:40  19 september  2021
14:40  19 september  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

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Le colonel Mamady Doumbouya a rencontré les différentes centrales syndicales (Image d'illustration). © John Wessels / AFP Colonel Mamady Dumbouya met with the various union plants (image of illustration).

Fifth day of consultation between Guinean social and political actors and new military authorities at the People's Palace in Conakry. The bankers and especially the different union plants were facing Colonel Mamady Doumbouya and his collaborators.

with our correspondent in Conakry, Moktar Bah

is in scattered order that the different union plants responded to the appeal of the authority. And that did not escape Colonel Mamady Dumbouya. "The strong word and very hard that it has launched, it is the union unit of action," says Amadou Diallo, Secretary General of the National Confederation of Guinea Workers (CNTG), the former single power plant. That's with that we can reunify us so that the Guinean worker finds a better field. United and solidarity, we become very strong ".

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other plants was excluded by the old regime, as the union independent of Worker forces of workers' Guinea (Sifog). His Secretary General, Idrissa Diawara, finds that the dialogue with the junta is not better than with Alpha Condé: "We were excluded for ten years of social dialogue. We have since since yesterday between the union power plants, it's not going. "

"We depict him the difficult situation"

Other subjects were discussed during this meeting between trade unionists and leaders of the National Committee of the Rally and Development (CNRD). Abdoulaye Sow, Secretary General of the Autonomous Trade Union Federation of Guinea Banks and Micro-Finance (Fesabag), explains what he presented to the military: "We depict him the difficult situation in which our country lived: the rights of workers were flouted, trade unionists were divided into the Republic of Guinea. We have asked him to make the States-General for Education, Health, Justice, Country Refoundation and File Sanitation so that we have transparent elections soon. In turn, he advised us to be united. "

Finally, it is in a good child atmosphere that union leaders have left the People's Palace for their respective staff.

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