After remaining unpaid for almost six months, 120 construction workers on the JU-108 Palián-Pariahuanca highway paralyzed their activities, as they point out that despite offers from the Chinese company Gezhuoba Group Company Limited Peru Branch, their claims have no solution.
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The worker representative, Isaac Camarena, announced that since June 1 of this year, the aforementioned company has pending salary payments, as well as the reinstatement of the salary table, which despite repeated claims and offers from the company to honor with the pendant so far has been fulfilled.
The mortified workers indicate that they will not lift their measure of force until they comply with the payment of their pending salaries. “The company must recognize us every day of the stoppage, because this situation is its entire responsibility. Unfortunately, we do not have support from the regional government, which has already been notified and we will go directly to Sunafil of the Ministry of Labor,” said Isaac Camarena.
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In the same way, the members of the Lampa-Pariahuanca work committee spoke out, who through a letter sent to the company on November 16 warned about the stoppage starting on the 20th, but apparently it was not taken into account by the company representatives.