Will Eid al-Fitr cancel Labor Day celebrations this year? – Morocco Local and World News | Jewish News from Morocco, Latest News | , Morocco News

The union’s preparations to hold a central Labor Day celebration this year coincide with Eid al-Fitr, according to the calendar that coincides with Ramadan 29 on May 1.

It is expected that with the Eid-ul-Fitr holiday on May 1, this year’s celebrations will be cancelled, due to the displacement of workers and employees, taking advantage of the religious occasion to meet families, saw that most Among them leave the regions of Rabat and Casablanca to take advantage of public holidays and leisure.

Apart from this, the associations are predicting some scenarios to celebrate the occasion, including the possibility of postponing these celebrations to some other day. However, this scenario is almost impossible as it is tied to the approval of the Ministry of Interior.

One of the proposed solutions on union tables to celebrate Labor Day is to hold festivals “remotely and digitally” in an image of what unions have done during the pandemic period, which has led to the closure of festivities on the streets.

This comes in the context where the consultation on social dialogue with trade unions initiated by the head of government Mr. Unions will start over the next few days before the commemoration.

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