A proposal that the SECHUM and other local unions of the FSSS will defend at the meeting on 25 and 26 June
Considering the abandonment of the mandate to bargain for ($3, $1, $1) as per our salary demands by the CSN and the FSSS, as well as the absence of a campaign since the beginning of negotiations with the government to defend these demands;
Considering the absence of a democratic decision making instances since February 2020;
Considering that the CCSPP (see note below) cannot present a counter-offer to the government without consensus, therefore without the agreement of the FSSS negotiating committee;
Considering that the FSSS negotiating committee has endorsed the presentation, by CCSPP, of a counter-offer to the government without a mandate from the floor, which is contrary to article 64 of the FSSS Constitution and By-Laws;
That the FSSS defend its initial mandate of $3, $1, $1 entrusted to it by the members;
That the FSSS undertake a membership mobilization campaign and an intense public communications campaign to explain the accuracy of our salary demands.