EUGENE, OR – OCTOBER 08: A general view during the game between the Oregon Ducks and the Washington Huskies on October 8, 2016 at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon. The Huskies defeated the Ducks 70-21. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)One of the top wide receiver recruits in the country has named the top five schools in his recruitment.Johnny Wilson, the No. 2 wide receiver recruit in the 2020 class, took to Twitter this afternoon to list his top schools.The 6-foot-5 wide receiver is a Calabasas, California product, ranked the No. 18 overall prospect in the 2020 class by 247Sports’ Composite Rankings.Wilson’s top five schools are:WashingtonOhio StateTexasUCLAOregonHere’s his full announcement:You gotta tell The WIZRD, it’s a story like a book…✍? pic.twitter.com/EtDeCfmwXv— Johnny Wilson (@jjohnnywilson) January 28, 2019It’s unclear when Wilson will be making his decision. He’s already visited some of the schools on his list, including Oregon.From 247Sports:Wilson was one of the six five-star prospects on campus for the Ducks game against Washington, when Oregon upset the No. 7 Huskies in overtime.The 6-5, 215-pound wide receiver is the teammate of 2019 Oregon signee Mycah Pittman. During his junior season for Calabasas, Wilson totaled 31 receptions for 520 yards and 10 touchdowns. In his three years of varsity football, Wilson has 2274 yards and 35 receiving touchdowns. Wilson has already committed to play in the 2020 Polynesian All-American game.Stay tuned.
Rabat – The Democratic Labor Confederation (CDT) plans to hold a national general strike on Wednesday, February 13, according to a statement received by Morocco World News.The secretary general of CDT, Ali Lotfi, said that the union decided to protest because of delays in “social dialogue” negotiations.Lotfi also accused the Moroccan government of hampering the social dialogue, which King Mohammed VI had urged the government to conduct quickly. Labor unions in Morocco have been calling on the government to increase government employees’ wages.Lotfi accused the government of presenting insufficient offers to increase wages.He added that CDT “was forced to carry out this strike because the Moroccan working class is suffering from low purchasing power as there are continuous rises in prices of basic food products and excessive demand.”Lotfi argued that the government “has no real political determination to negotiate with labor unions and employers.”He also threatened that the organization would file a complaint against the Moroccan government to the International Labor Office. The complaint, according to Lotfi, aims “to draw attention to the government’s gross violations of the rights of workers and labor unions.”On July 29, 2018, King Mohammed VI expressed his concern over the socio-economic disparities that hamper Morocco’s development during his speech on the eve of Throne Day.The King urged the government to take concrete measures by “restructuring national social welfare programs and submitting proposals for evaluations.”He also called on the government to reinforce social dialogue because it is “necessary and it should be an ongoing process.”Read Also: Istiqlal Party Urges Government to Increase Employees Salaries, Improve Social DialogueHe also urged the government to meet more frequently with labor unions “regardless of the potential outcome of that dialogue.”In January, Morocco’s Government Spokesperson Mustapha El Khalfi said that the dialogue would continue between the minister of the interior and the most representative unions.“The social dialogue is not stalling,” El Khalfi said.He also added that the head of government, Saad Eddine El Othmani, ordered Minister of the Interior Abdelouafi Laftit to lead the social dialogue on behalf of the government.