“In the Bases Law there are many anti-worker measures” — La Ranchada

“In the Bases Law there are many anti-worker measures” — La Ranchada
“In the Bases Law there are many anti-worker measures” — La Ranchada

An endless caravan of union unity commemorated May 1 in Córdoba. Editorial by the director of Radio La Ranchada.

The labor unions mobilized throughout the country for Worker’s Day against the loss of purchasing power and jobs, in view of the call for a national strike for next Thursday.

The CGT published a document proposing a “new social contract” with 17 points. As the text warns, “all social, labor, union and professional rights are threatened.”

The Argentine Confederation of Transport Workers (CATT) announced a strike that will affect, at least on the morning of Monday, May 6, the country’s air, land, maritime and port services against the half-sanction of the fiscal package, especially due to the replacement of the fourth category of income tax, and in rejection of the advancement of the Base Law.

On Thursday, May 9, the CGT called for a strike. It will be the second general strike that he has called in this government administration, in this case “against the adjustment measures.”

Complete editorial by Marco Galán in the morning of La Ranchada.

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