The transfer of a trade unionist from Ducos prison in Martinique is unfortunately

The transfer of a trade unionist from Ducos prison in Martinique is unfortunately

The transfer of a trade unionist from Ducos prison in Martinique is unfortunately

The UFAP-UNSa union denounces the “automatic displacement” an elected official from the Martinique prison, following a disciplinary sanction. The deputy Serge Letchimy seized the minister of justice, to try to avoid this change in the hexagon.

The prison administration has decided to transfer a union representative from Ducos prison, to “professional misconduct and non-compliance with the code of ethics” specifies the UFAP-UNS its justice, which speaks of “disciplinary guillotine”, in a post dated March 5, 2021.

Whether we like it or not, it is the man, a man committed to the trade union fight and the defense of the individual and collective interests of prison staff, who has been inflicted with the worst punishment ever and regardless of their personal situation, their life and their family obligations in the eyes of our leaders!

(UFAP-UNS its justice)

For the union, it is “the disproportion of the decision taken long before the actual meeting of the disciplinary body” which makes a mess, “rather than seeking to appease and improve the social climate of the Ducos Penitentiary Center, by making the strong managerial choices that have been required for so long” adds the organization.

Letter from Serge Letchimy to the Ministry

The deputy for Martinique, Serge Letchimy, who was seized by the union organization, wrote in turn to the Keeper of the Seals, Eric Dupont-Moretti, to try to keep the sanctioned agent stationed at Ducos prison.

This automatic displacement recalls the dark hours of the Sixties, when it was above all in retaliation for political opinion, that “troublesome” personnel of the administration of a State were transferred, which had difficulty in supporting the divergent opinions of those and those coming under his authority.

(Serge Letchimy)

“Humanly difficult”

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Without prejudging the substance of this file, the Martinican parliamentarian insists in his letter of March 8, 2021, on the commitments incumbent on the person concerned on the island, a transfer “humanly difficult” according to Serge Letchimy.

If the internal functioning of the administration, in particular in matters of social democracy, must be respected, it nevertheless seems humanly difficult to accept an automatic transfer of a civil servant who has built his life in Martinique.

He is indeed a married man, elected municipal and community with family, social and economic commitments in Martinique, like any citizen.

(Serge Letchimy)

Letter from deputy Serge Letchimy to the Minister of Justice, following the transfer of a trade unionist from Ducos prison (March 2021).

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Union support

The UFAP UNS its Justice brings without surprise, “all his support” to the offending official, a union that promises to contribute “by all means to restore justice in this ministry and this administration.”

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