Misiones: teachers will cut routes again and Justice advances against the leaders of the police protest

Misiones: teachers will cut routes again and Justice advances against the leaders of the police protest
Misiones: teachers will cut routes again and Justice advances against the leaders of the police protest

Misiones teachers and police officers lead the demonstration demanding salary increases (photos Blas Martinez)

Teachers in the province of Misiones plan to return to the roads to demand salary increases, putting themselves at the forefront of the multi-sector protests that have been shaking local daily reality for more than 10 days. Public employees, penitentiaries and police officers, who led the way at the beginning of the uprising, continue with their demands for a recomposition of income, while new developments began to appear that put pressure on the leaders of the demonstrations.

During the weekend, testimonial statements were taken in order to identify those mainly responsible for the police uprising. They confirmed it to Infobae direct sources of research. The protest of the uniformed men in front of the Posadas Radioelectric Command was the epicenter of the forceful measures that reached the national media. A conflict that does not seem to find a solution so far. The government remains in its position. And, although the uniformed men lowered theirs, there is still an abyss.

The Misiones Police have been protesting for 10 days to demand 100 percent increases in salaries

Progress is being made in identifying the alleged ringleaders.“, they stated in the Courts of the provincial capital. The testimonials recorded are many. Among them are those of the commissioners of the units from which the immobilized patrol cars were stolen. Some were taken out of service on Friday the 17th, when the conflict exploded. Others joined in successive stages.

There is already data to establish the participation of some people, they indicated in Justice. The information was provided by the Ministry of Government, which received it from the Police Investigations area.

Several extreme situations are described in the more than 20 existing complaints. Added together, they will end up forming a mega-cause. In one of them it is stated that a mobile phone was intercepted on the street by two others. Hooded people got off. And, forcing those on board to abandon the car, they took it away. It is also detailed that the fire engine that is crossed in front of the Command was detained through a ruse. A fire would have been reported. When they went to fill it with water to answer the call, they boarded it and removed it from service.

The report for the non-return of the cell phones, which are estimated to be around 30 in the Command area, was added to the file on Saturday. Germán Palavecino, one of the spokespersons for the protesters, had publicly committed to Prosecutor René Casals to take the vehicles to Headquarters on Saturday morning. That didn’t happen. One of the trucks seized from the force was used this weekend as a seat for an improvised altar where a mass was celebrated.

On the left, Germán Palavecino and on the right, with the microphone, Ramón Amarilla, the visible face of the police conflict

Once the identification stage of the main parties involved is completed, it will be evaluated whether there are elements to order the arrests. The person who must define whether active or retired police personnel are arrested is Investigating Judge Ricardo Balor.

The fact is that in Misiones the mixed criminal system is in force, which leaves the magistrate with the double function of investigating and ensuring the guarantees of due process. Balor is in charge of the Investigative Court No. 6 of the first district. Prosecutor Casals, for his part, is responsible for receiving complaints, promoting them and requesting measures from the magistrate.

The representatives of the uniformed men are aware that a possible amnesty will not cover what happens in the Courts. “We know that we will have to face Justice,” Ramón Amarilla, spokesperson for the protesters, acknowledged a few days ago, like Palavecino.

Another of the proposals made by the Prosecutor’s Office was that the Ministry of Government comply with judicial mandates. But no one believes that the ministry led by Marcelo Pérez will carry out a procedure to clear the area, where there is a police camp and, next to it, another for teachers.

The Police and teachers united their salary demands. Teachers cut national routes

The staff of the Prosecutor’s Office and the Investigative Court 6 worked piecework throughout the weekend. The directive is not to paralyze the file.

In parallel, the Superior Court of Misiones issued instructions to prevent the police protest from paralyzing citizens’ access to justice.

Firstly, he ordered the Judges and Prosecutors of Criminal Investigation and Corrections and Juveniles, of the First Judicial District, whether or not they are on duty during the weekend, to receive complaints and then continue with the process.

In addition, he recalled that the Secretary of Support for Complex Investigations is available in the event of an emergency need to be carried out. This division can intervene at the scene of the incident and carry out accidentology and criminology studies, among others.

The reason for this reminder is that the Police Criminalistics area’s cell phone is one of those that remains out of service. Inside is all the equipment to carry out the task, they indicated in Justice.d

Teachers are the most active in the demonstration against the government that controls Rovira

Another chapter of the crisis in Misiones is the teacher protest. Education workers circulated a series of measures that they will carry out this Monday within the framework of a new day of strike. The objective is to improve their salaries and working conditions.

There will be several road closures. National Highway 14, which runs through the province on the banks of the Uruguay River, will be cut at 8 in the morning with assemblies in two sections: at San Pedro in the north and at San Vicente in the center of the province. In addition, a blockade will be carried out at the tax collection booths in the San José area, but without a road block, in the south of Misiones.

At 2 p.m., a cut will be added at kilometer 938, on Salto Encantado, in the center of the province.

On the other hand, there will be traffic interruptions on National Route 12, which is closer to the Paraná River. They will also start at 8 at the southern access roundabout to Eldorado, in the northwest of the province, and at the height of the Urogallo-í dam, in Puerto Libertad, somewhat further north than the previous one. In addition, at 8:30 a rally will begin on the same road on the bridge over the Arroyo Ñacaguazú.

The education workers will continue with the camp next to the police protest, at the intersection of Uruguay and Trincheras de Posadas Avenues. Throughout Monday there will be assemblies and demonstrations.

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