Jean-François Karenco’s reception day. Like his day in Martinique on Wednesday, the Minister for Overseas Territories served to receive representatives or directors of consular chambers, organizations of employers, unions and social professionals in the construction, fishing, agricultural and tourism sectors on Thursday. The first meeting to establish a real dialogue between these different bodies and Odino Street.
The heads of the consular chambers, accompanied by the heads of the employers’ organizations, were the first to roll the ball. In this case, waltz in several beats, depending on the guests around the table.
In this regard, the business leaders came rather satisfied, with the minister giving them the assurance to listen and ready to support them in the steps they intended to take.
Patrick Vial Collette, CEO of CCIIG, Simon Vainkouer, CEO of Chamber of Commerce and Crafts, Bruno Blanden, CEO of UDE-MEDEF, and CEO of Allan Nagam Micro Enterprises
A completely different exercise awaits the next minister, his meeting with the trade unions. But instead of several union representatives, it was a delegation from the Caucus of Organizations Fighting Compulsory Vaccination that presented itself to the Minister. A way to signify the two main tracks the group intends to tackle with the new government: getting suspended caregivers back into their jobs and examining the claim platform that was published last September.
Mighty Hubert Matomo, member of the Caucus of Organizations Against Compulsory Vaccination
After a lunch with dignitaries from the cultural world, the French Minister Overseas’ afternoon appeared with more social and economic accents. Around the table this time, Thierry Soladi, CMA-CGM Regional Director, Freddy Sennan, President of Capeb, Federation of Craftsmen for Small Builders, José Gaddarkhan, President of FRBTP Regional Federation of Construction and Public Works, Jean-Yves Ramasamy, President of USTR-Unostra, Regional Transport Union, Rody Aime, Secretary General of the Guadeloupe Cargo Federation, Rudy Nainan, President of the Restaurant Group, Charly Vincent, President of the Regional Committee for Fisheries, and Cyrille Mathieu, President Iguacu.
Reactions: Freddy Sinan, president of Capep, Rudy Ninenan, president of the restaurant group, Charlie Vincent, president of the Regional Committee for Fisheries, and Cyril Mathieu, president of Iguacan.
Freddy Sinan, head of Kabib
Rudy Nainan, President of Restaurant Group
Charly Vincent, Chairman of the Regional Committee for Fisheries
Cyril Mathieu, President of Iguacanne.
An opportunity chosen by all to raise the state’s vigilance regarding payment dates for public buyers. Everyone also expressed their desire to continue the partnership with the Local Committee for Financing the Economy.
At the end of these meetings, the economy will be discussed with members of the Prices, Margins and Income Monitor.
Patrick Planta, President of Price Monitor
And as a bonus, Parliamentarians have also participated in these recent exchanges by making their predictions heard and the mission they will have in this development.
It was on Guadeloupe TV for the first time that a French Minister of Overseas assessed this day of meetings.