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It will be a national strike against layoffs in Argentina

It will be a national strike against layoffs in Argentina

The Argentine State Workers Association (ATE) decided to organize a nationwide strike on Friday (5) and march towards the Ministry of Economy in Buenos Aires, due to the dismissal of more than 11 thousand workers from various sectors. It could rise to 70,000 in the coming weeks.

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With logo Without workers there is no state. Without the state there are no rightsThe ATE will meet at noon in Buenos Aires to go to the Ministry of Economy.

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ATE Secretary General, Rodolfo Aguiar, announced on his account on Platform X (formerly Twitter): “The ATE strike is devastating throughout the country. The union demands the government to publish List of alleged “ghost employees”. If the government does not do so, it must decide to return all those dismissed to their jobs and pay their salaries immediately, as it has not yet been able to prove the alleged reason for the “non-provision of services” in any way.

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The union leader explained that there must be a decision reasoning for the dismissal, and criticized the government for not conducting audits, investigations, or verifying the responsibilities of each employee before the dismissal decision.

The Secretary-General also highlighted that the dismissed workers, “who range in age from 5 to 10 years and even more than 20 years, are not just temporary employees, but rather a permanent part of the state, performing functions inherent in every body, regardless of it.” Recruitment method.”

He concluded in his post, “Hours pass and the government makes clear: at this moment there is a serious impact on the rule of law in our country.”

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The national strike was defined at the federal plenary session of ATE delegates on Wednesday (3) and is the tenth force action carried out by the public employee union since the beginning of the Miley government.

For the union, expelling more than 11,000 workers from the national state and “threatening” the number to reach 70,000 “reveals not only a complete lack of knowledge on the part of the administration, but also an intention to dismantle all public jobs.” policies, which negatively affects the majority of the population.”

Among the strike demands are the immediate reinstatement of fired workers, an end to layoffs and the settlement of all contractual relationships, as well as admission into the permanent workforce.

Furthermore, they demand increasing salaries above the inflation rate, ending adjustment policies, rejecting any privatization of public companies, defending the Sustainability and Pensioners Guarantee Fund, abolishing the anti-strike protocol, and ending strikes. “Scary policies” and repeal of Decree of Necessity and Urgency (DNU) 70/23.