Subways: what time does the staggered strike begin this Wednesday, June 19, line by line

Subways: what time does the staggered strike begin this Wednesday, June 19, line by line
Subways: what time does the staggered strike begin this Wednesday, June 19, line by line

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Starting at 5 p.m. this Wednesday, June 19 there is a subway and premetro strike that affects the different lines of this means of transport at different times. It is a measure of force that is carried forward Stepwise, which means that service will not cease completelybut it is rotating, hour after hour.

To announce the measure, the union published a statement that reads: “From the Union Association of Subway and Premetro Workers (AGTSyP – Metrodelegates) We inform that on Wednesday, June 19, we will carry out self-defense measures in the subway and Premetro as a consequence of the suspension of our colleague and member of the Executive Secretariat, Claudio Dellecarbonarafor freeing turnstiles and allowing users to travel for free during a protest measure by our union.”

The strike this Wednesday, June 19, is staggered(Source: ARCHIVE)

As reported by the Union Association of Subway and Premetro Workers (AGTSyP – Metrodelegates), The service of the lines will be affected at the following times:

Yes, by measure of strength only Each line is interrupted at the corresponding times. This means that until 5 p.m. the operation of all lines will be as usual. From that time until 7 p.m., both lines B and E and the Premetro will be without circulation.

Meanwhile, D and H will operate as usual until 7 p.m. and, from that time until 9 p.m., they will not provide services. For their part, lines A and C will operate during their normal schedule until 9 p.m. and then they will stop working.

The complete statement from Metrodelegates

Emova, the company in charge of the subway and Premetro network, described the measure as “completely unjustified”, since they understand that the ruling that ratifies the suspension of Dellecarbonara This is a justified request to carry out “improper actions within the framework of their work performance”.

“He National Court of First Instance of Labor No. 73 determined that Emova is in a position to suspend it for 15 days for preventing the normal development of activity in different work sectors. The breaches occurred at the Congreso de Tucumán (D) and Alem (B) stations in December 2021, occasions in which the emergency door was kept open, encouraging hundreds of users to enter without paying a ticket, causing damage to the company. Likewise, he repeatedly disobeyed the requirements of the hierarchical personnel to cease the action, which led to the sanction applied. In this case, a court ruling is required due to the union protection that the manager has,” the company indicated.

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