Bulgaria - CITUB expects relaunch of tripartite talks - April 30, 2017

The leader of the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions said to expect a restart of the dialogue at the National Council of Trilateral Cooperation before the formulation of the new programme of governance. According to CITUB, the system of social assistance must be reformed without a reduction of the financing; the poorest pensioners can receive a bonus through the social assistance system. CITUB presented earlier on at the National Assembly registry a package of legislative amendments that should stop the so-called ‘modern slavery’: non-payment of salaries, insurance, benefits and outstanding social commitments.

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