purchasing power is priority number one of the FGTB. The resources should be redistributed, and the workers should be rewarded for the wealth they create, what it sounds like. the
The socialist trade union demands a minimum wage of 14 euro per hour, a minimum pension of 1,500 euros net, a review of the loonwet, a decrease of the vat on electricity to 6 percent and a social shift, so that the strong shoulders the largest cost and health care remains accessible.
It is clear that the trade unions, the policy of “the anti-social right-wing government Michel-De Wever” disapproves of. After the elections, they want a new way and the place of appointment in Brussels 'Muntplein' - symbolizes that. the
"In the middle Ages were coins minted and in 1830 started the Belgian revolution. Today starts a revolution for the purchasing power", explains Estelle Ceulemans, general secretary of FGTB-Brussels. According to the police, there were about 650 protesters, the trade union itself speaks of almost 2,000 campaigners.