Fighting plan: The CTA will mobilize to the Salary Council

Fighting plan: The CTA will mobilize to the Salary Council
Fighting plan: The CTA will mobilize to the Salary Council

This morning the meeting of the National Executive Committee of the Autonomous CTA was held to advance the plan of struggle and define the new activities in the dispute against the policies of adjustment, hunger and plunder implemented by the government of Javier Milei.

The meeting began with a political, economic and social report by the Secretary General, Hugo “Cachorro” Godoy, who outlined a new scenario after the approval of the Ley Bases, the systematic repression of the government against the popular sector, the loss of sovereignty that will be deepened with the application of the Rigi and the cuts in the State. To this end, he proposed that the CTA must continue to strengthen itself as a new union model, fight against all anti-imperialist policies and advance in the reconstruction of an emancipatory movement that is the way out of this dark stage and not be part of experiences that end up contributing to the emergence of new experiments such as the Milei government. In this framework, he aimed to continue building unity with those sectors that really have the will to advance in new spaces for the benefit of the popular majorities.

Following the presentation by most of the secretariats, an action plan was defined for the coming months.

Firstly, the campaign against DNU 70/23 will be intensified, for which signature tables will be set up in the neighbourhoods to organise the debate in the territories. In addition, events will be held and a mobilisation to the National Congress will be held to present the thousands of signatures that continue to be collected in every corner of the country.

The CTA also decided to mobilize on July 18 to the Labor Secretariat in response to the recent call by the national government to define the new amount of the Minimum, Vital and Mobile Salary.

Previously, on Monday, July 8, the CTA will be part of the event to be held in Plaza de Mayo together with Serpaj headed by Adolfo Pérez Esquivel in the so-called “Call: The worst violence is hunger.”

On Wednesday, July 10, the CTA calls for participation in the commemorative event for the 30th anniversary of the Federal March, at the headquarters of the Central, to pay tribute to the organizations that called for that historic event of resistance to the neoliberal policies of Menemism and to the group of filmmakers who documented in solidarity that milestone of the popular struggle.

On the 11th, the State and Business Unions Front will hold a National Day of Struggle, with an event in Plaza de Mayo, in defense of sovereignty and the public, against layoffs and the dismantling of the State.

On July 12, as part of the strike called by Fesprosa, the CTA will support the activities that will take place at the Posadas Hospital.

On July 13, a march will be held in the Republic of Children in the city of La Plata in response to the adjustments carried out by the national government, the deep and direct attack on girls, boys and young people, the worsening of poverty and its criminalization.

And at the end of July, the IEF Monitor of Repressive Responses to Social Protest will hold an activity to present a new report following the repression and arrests systematically applied by the national government.

For the month of August, the following activities were confirmed: the Youth Meeting for the 17th and 18th; on the 24th, the Meeting of the Federal Network for the Defense of Human Rights and Democracy will be held to advance and analyze the current situation of human rights, a permanent front of attack by President Milei; and finally, the IEF will carry out, together with all the training teams, different activities to continue with the training of cadres.

All these activities will be ratified next Wednesday, July 10, when the CTA National Leadership meets.


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