translated from Spanish: In crisis, JLCM workers are already owed eight fortnight

Morelia, Michoacán.- For four months the workers of the Local Board of Roads of Michoacán (JLCM) are in crisis, since eight fortnights have not received any payment from the State Government, which totals 25 million depressed weights.
Therefore, the Mpaora Coordinador of the Parliamentary Group of Morena, Teresa López Hernández, reported that the Local Congress has requested meetings with the Executive Branch, as well as a working table, however, has not given an answer.
«We have requested meetings with the governor, but no response. We reiterate that we must sit down and have a dialogue.»
In the Legislative, it remains under discussion whether the Board is extinguished or not, a situation that also does not allow the problem to be exited.
At a press conference the leader of the Local Board Union, Rodrigo Correa Vences, reported that only 20 of the 400 employees have agreed to receive a settlement, which in their consideration is unfair, since the figure – between 20 thousand and 300 thousand pesos – does not correspond – with the years of work under borrowed.
The governor, Silvano Aureoles Conejo, has reiterated that the JLCM will be extinguished, to the extent that both the budget of egress this year, as well as in the proposal for 2020, the body is not contemplated, however, it is not to be remembered that the Board was born by a decree l egislative, so legally it can only disappear by the same means.

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