National Union Conference to elect Zeuthen General Secretary – Day 24
The Eighth National Congress of the National Trade Union of Trade Unions in Morocco began shortly before with discussion of the elections on behalf of three candidates chosen by the trade union congresses by secret ballot, and each of them, respectively, Mohamed Zuiten, first deputy of Abdel-Ilah al-Khalouti, the outgoing general secretary, who was elected with 139 votes, followed by leader Jamea al-Mu’tasim, the former general secretary of the union, who received 134 votes. , while Abd al-Ilah Dahman, deputy general secretary of the same union and official of the National University of Educational Personnel, received 113 votes, placing third among three candidates for the position of Union General Secretary.
According to the same data, Hamid ibn Al-Sheikh, member of the National Bureau of the National Trade Union of Morocco and head of the Preparatory Committee, came in fourth place with 106 votes.
The discussion held by the trade union conferences regarding candidates for Al-Halouti’s seat tends to recommend Mohamed Zuiten, Al-Halouti’s first deputy, who expects some sources from the conference to win the General Secretariat of the National Labor Party. Union in Morocco, and a decision is expected to be made in the coming hours.
In addition, the work of the Eighth National Conference of the National Union of Labor in Morocco, which began today, Saturday, and is expected to continue until tomorrow, Sunday, at the Moulay Rashid Complex for Children and Youth in Bouznik, under the slogan “Fifty years of continuous fight for social justice.”
These are the works that were opened by the General Secretary of the Justice and Development Party Abd al-Ilah ibn Kiran before the literary report of the National Office of the Union, the financial report of the Union and the proposal to amend the internal Statute of the Union was submitted before the literary and financial reports were approved after their discussion.
It is expected that the members of the National Bureau of the Union will be elected as members of the new National Council tomorrow, Sunday, and the final statement of the National Conference will be published.