The general strike began: how it affects services in Entre Ríos

The general strike began: how it affects services in Entre Ríos
The general strike began: how it affects services in Entre Ríos

The CGT has been carrying out a general strike since midnight this Thursday that will affect transportation, education, health, commerce and banking services throughout the country. It is the second measure of force in the government of Javier Milei, as a consequence of the adjustment ordered for workers and retirees.

Unions that join the strike

FAECYS (Commerce)
UOCRA (Construction)
UPCN and ATE (State)
FTIA (Food)
FATSA (Health)
UOM (Metallurgists)
UTHGRA (Hotels and restaurants)
UATRE (Rural)
SMATA (Mechanical)
Light and Strength (Energy)
FNTC (Truckers)
UTA (Urban Collective Transport)
The Bank

The impact of the strike in Entre Ríos

Collectives

UTA decided to join the force measure and from the Entre Ríos Delegation they stated that the stoppage of activities will affect “all services: urban, short, medium and long distance.”

Trains

The La Fraternidad Train Drivers Union confirmed its adherence to the upcoming general strike. The union led by Omar Maturano will guarantee that rail transport is completely paralyzed during the entire day of protest, for this reason the service that connects Paraná-La Picada will not work.

Classes

The four teaching unions Agmer, AMET, UDA and Sadop adhere to the measure and there will be no classes in the province. From Agmer they announced that on Monday they will join the force measure “due to the call of the CTA” –

Public administration

The ATE and UCPN unions adhere to the measure of force. The unions reported that only the minimum guards will operate and the service will suffer.

Banks

From La Bancaria they confirmed that there will be no banks this Thursday. “It adheres at the national level and therefore in all provinces,” the union stated.

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