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January 23, 2022
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“Alma Mater” wants to take Gov’t to court over teachers’ salaries

Copying the model of the representatives of Justice, who are fighting with the Ministry of Finance in order to obtain bonuses, “Alma Mater’ Federation also announced its intention to take to court the Government over the failure to observe the legal resolutions connected with Law 221/2008 concerning the rise of the teachers’ salaries, and also for “abusive conduct exercised with ill-will by the Executive.” The decision was made by the Executive Bureau of “Alma Mater” Federation, which rallied on Saturday to analyze the present situation of Romanian education, reads a press release of Saturday of the unionist organization. According to the president of “Alma Mater” Federation, Anton Hadar, the Executive Bureau also decided to request the Government to recognize the importance of education through the return to the salary coefficients from the grids negotiated with the representatives of the Government and to condemn the “involvement of politics” in the making of decisions connected with the Romanian education system. “Alma Mater” unionists also estimate that the deferred elaboration of the “package of laws” on Education, in a form accepted by the social dialogue partners, is a mistake of the Ministry of Education, Research and Innovation, which conducts to a state of uncertainty regarding the future of the Romanian education system.


The Executive Bureau also established to call the National Managing Council of “Alma Mater” Federation on September 18, its main theme being the reopening of the labour conflict further to the failure to observe the Agreement from May 6.

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