Socialist communes, besides Saint-Denis and the Petite-Ile, which have well covered the back Thursday morning, announced that they had made arrangements to get everything to normal earlier this week.
Alternately, St. Joseph, St. Benedict and the Plain of Palmistes announced they were coming back "into line". In a statement Saint-Leu has also just do the same. "The decline in the number of subsidized jobs will inevitably have consequences for the functioning of schools. Only mandatory tasks will be ensured," said the deputy mayor of Saint-Leu in a statement.
The Association of Mayors of the department of Reunion (AMDR) has announced that for his part back in nursery and primary schools would be well on Monday. Certainly, she still believes that municipalities do not have the means to ensure optimal functioning of primary and nursery schools with lower subsidized contracts which increased from 1 900 to 3200. Optimal functioning of schools and kindergartens would require another 700 positions.
Cabinet considers this Wednesday, Sept. 5 Bill Lurel against the cost of living. The text, which is regulation upstream prices and tackles dominant positions overseas satisfies neither the local nor the social partners. But Victorin Lurel wants to go fast. And it passes.
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