Towards a control of the globalization
CFTC is not satisfied with a world more and more interdependent and which shows less and less solidarity . [ … ] For CFTC, the working conditions, the trade-union rights, the requirement of a fair remuneration and of a good social welfare are as many criteria to be respected in order to end up in a globalization of the prosperity and of the social justice .
The States that constitute the European Union have to keep up their powers of regulations and lean on a constructive dialogue between employers and trade unions in order to control a globalization which integrates the social and environmental dimensions that conditions the sustainable development and the well-being of the populations .
[…] The market must be in the service of men and not the contrary . In the first place, it is important that the national governments should be transparent as regards their action at the European Union level, so that the interests that they are standing up for should be controlled democratically by the citizens and their representatives elected . The European institutions, European Central Bank, European Commission, European Parliament, have to […] implement some economic and social strategies coordinated in the service of growth and employment, in particular by using all the monetary and budget instruments at their disposal . […] Just like in the United States of America, employment must be a target of the monetary policy . […]
The CFTC is affiliated to the Trade union European Confederation (CES) and to the International Trade union Confederation (CSI) .