I am here to express solidarity with the struggle of the teachers, just as I have been in other actions, just as several leaders of my Party have been in all districts of our country, and because the struggle of the teachers is just, their claims, indeed, as can be seen in this formidable mobilisation that is taking place. What matters are the just claims of the teachers, the valorisation of their career, the respect they deserve. This is what is at stake today. In fact, it is at stake very strongly, as witnessed here in the streets.
Looking at the path that has been followed over the past few years, it is clear that it is a path that does not correspond to the needs of teachers, but also does not correspond to the needs of education and public schools. And that's what needs to be reversed. And for that, another political option is needed.
This reality cannot be overlooked by the government. Because only a great conviction about the justice of these demands is what makes all these people gather for several consecutive weeks, the way they have been doing, fighting for themselves, but also fighting for public education, which is the future of our country.