with an eye on Misiones, negotiations between the unions and the provinces are tense

with an eye on Misiones, negotiations between the unions and the provinces are tense
with an eye on Misiones, negotiations between the unions and the provinces are tense

The delicate situation that Misiones is going through as a result of the police rebellion and the protests by state officials, teachers and doctors demanding salary increases set off all the alarms, not only in the national government, but also in the provincial administrations, which continue with special pay attention to the course of events.

In short, this is the first major territorial conflict of the Milei era in the interior of the country, whose coffers are favorite victims of the Chainsaw plan. At the same time, the call for a national strike by the teaching unions for this Thursday reheats the distributive bid with the Casa Rosada.

In this framework of tension, different provincial administrations resumed joint negotiations with the unions, following the scheme of short agreements implemented to weather the economic crisis and avoid the loss of purchasing power.

The new fights between the unions and the governors come in a pressing context. According to a report published by the Research and Training Center of the Argentine Republic (CIFRA), the salaries of formal workers collapsed by 14.9% in the last semester.

According to data published by CIFRA, the loss of purchasing power was felt stronger in the public sector, where there was a drop of 21.3% compared to a private sector that had a drop of around 11.2%, giving an average of the semester 14.9%. Likewise, the minimum, vital and mobile wage suffered an even greater drop, reaching an alarming 28.8% between November 2023 and May of the current year. (ambito.com) (Cover image: Santa Fe offered an 18% increase in three tranches to the state companies)

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