France -Tripartite conference sets off in new spirit cooperation but fails to deliver on issues -July 11, 2012

On 9 and 10 July, a major tripartite conference took place on the initiative of the new government in order to discuss social issues and break with the politics of the previous government. During the conference, a range of issues was discussed that will be put on the agenda later this year. Trade unions welcomed the conference but expressed their disappointment with the lack of concrete issues. The trade union wish to cancel the public sector pay freeze was not met by the government.

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