Kinshasa, October 10th, 2021 (CPA) – The Minister in charge of Primary, Secondary and Technical Education (EPST), Prof. Tony Mwaba Kazadi announced on Friday the resumption of talks between the government and the union ban for Tuesday, October 12 , in order to respond to the various demands of teachers contained in the Bibwa agreement signed in 2019. For him, these meetings will also allow stakeholders to assess the level of execution of the commitments that bind the government to the union ban. In addition, Professor Tony Mwaba informed, on this occasion, of the continuation of the operation to deactivate the salaries of teachers on illegal strike qualified as « enemies of free education », a vision dear to the President of the Republic. , Félix Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo. September works The last work of the joint government-trade union commission for the year 2021 was held in Kinshasa from September 27 to 29, with a one-day delay, it is recalled. At the end of these meetings, the government, through the Deputy Prime Minister in charge of the Civil Service, Modernization and Innovation of public services, Jean-Pierre Lihau, had made a commitment to add 20,000 FC to the salary. teachers working in Kinshasa and 20,000 FC bush bonus, for those in the provinces.