New railway force measure: the union will reduce the speed of trains this Tuesday

New railway force measure: the union will reduce the speed of trains this Tuesday
New railway force measure: the union will reduce the speed of trains this Tuesday

The Fraternity Union established a speed limit of up to 30 km/h in train circulation throughout the national territory for this Tuesday, June 25, given the failure in salary negotiations with businessmen in the sector.

The union led by Omar Maturano will carry out the strength measurement for 24 hours.

“The decision has as its origin the postponement of the force measure announced for last June 4 at the request of the National Government and having participated in four consecutive meetings, showing the best predisposition to reach an agreement,” sources indicated. of the union when announcing the decision last week.

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From the union that brings together locomotive and train drivers, they stated that it was not possible to direct the negotiation, “given that the business sector has had more than 15 days to improve the salary proposal so that it reflects the inflationary indices. to maintain food purchasing power, which has been systematically “liquefied” since January 2024.”

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“For the reasons stated and having exhausted the opportunities for dialogue, with the announced measure Our union resumes its Fight Plan that was postponed“, they pointed out from the union.

Maturano had met earlier this month at Casa Rosada with the Chief of Staff, Guillermo Francosand decided postpone the train strike called for June 4 having been summoned to a hearing at the Ministry of Labor.

Meanwhile, at the end of May, the union carried out a measure similar to the one it launched this Wednesday, where the speed of the training was reduced in protest against the absence of salary increases.

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