Assisted contracts: The department of the Bouches-du-Rhône committed to save 300 jobs at the colleges

Martine Vassal (UMP) was elected president of the Bouches-du-Rhône, April 2, 2015 in Marseille — BORIS HORVAT AFP

The departmental council of the Bouches-du-Rhône commits itself to “take over the State” to maintain the 300 subsidised jobs are under threat in colleges, announced on Thursday in Marseille, its president,
Martine Vassal (LR).

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“It is a commitment that I take, ( … ), I don’t want parents, teachers and children to suffer the consequences of unilateral measures of the government,” said Martine Vassal before an assembly of teachers and parents of students of the collège Jean-Claude Izzo, situated in a popular area of Marseille.

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“It is not possible that I leave the college from to the rocks,” she said, ensuring also that it interpellerait next week the Prime minister, who must travel to Marseille for the Congress of the departments.

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