MARIGOT: The president, Daniel Gibbs had invited the collective to a new meeting on Friday morning in the presence of some of the elected officials. After four hours of exchanges, the two parties left after having agreed on a new meeting scheduled for this week.
However, not all the numerous subjects were discussed. Only two were discussed: training and employment and the situation at the Louis-Constant Fleming Hospital.
The collective was attentive to the list of actions implemented by COM in favor of young people and job seekers in terms of training and training assistance. However, the collective pointed out that despite all these measures, young people from St. Martin could not find work in the territory, even those who had graduated.
Concerning health, the president of the COM was questioned about the consequences on the functioning of the suspension of staff at the hospital who are not vaccinated, from November 15.
As a member of the supervisory board of the establishment, he was asked to request information from the management on the precise number of suspended staff and the impact of their absences on the care system.
By mutual agreement, the collective and the elected officials have agreed to organize other thematic working meetings. President Gibbs is to return to the collective this Monday to suggest new dates.