The Algerian Ministry of Labour has released a list of labour unions that have not met the representation requirements.
The director of labour relations at the Algerian Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security, Rabah Makhazni, confirmed that 30 out of 65 unions have submitted their representation files the ministry’s services, “17 unions have proven their representation by 20 per cent at the state level, while 13 other unions have not yet met the representation conditions.”
Makhazni revealed that 17 out of the 30 unions submitted complete files to the ministry. He explained that National Union of Hospital-University Teacher Researchers (SNCHU) has met the conditions of its representation as have the National Union of Public Health Practitioners (SNPSP); the National Union of Specialist Health Practitioner (SNPSSP); the National Union of Psychologists (SNPSSY); and the National Syndicate of Para Medical Staff (SPA).
The representative of the Ministry of Labour has also revealed that 13 out of 30 labour unions that have submitted their representation files have not yet met the legal requirements. These include the Independent Syndicate of Foreign Affairs Users (SAPAE); the National Union of education and training Users (UNPEE); the Independent Union of Workers of Education and Training (SATEF); the National Union of Workers in the Field of Education (SNTF); as well as the National Independent Teachers’ Union (SNAPEST).