After various demonstrations and a stoppage of fallen arms, the workers of the six techs of Morelia, the Morelia Valley, Zitácuaro, Jiquilpan, La Piedad and Lázaro Cárdenas, as well as institutions such as CBTA, CBTIS, CETIS and other high schools, received the promise of a first payment on December 20 to the bonds owed.
According to the leader of SNTE Section 61 in Michoacán, Roberto Reyes on Wednesday resumed the academic activity of 46,000 students.
From weeks ago teachers and employees first began a stopof of fallen arms for 24 hours, and additionally another four days.
He noted that the State authorities recognized the work debit with more than 5 thousand non-approved federalized teachers, the commitment was made to cover them by December 20, the payment of one of the three overdue bonds, corresponding to the month of November 2018, amounting to 36 million pesos.
While by January 14, trading tables will resume for the payment of the other two outstanding bonds, i.e. those for the months of March and November of the current year, trusting that from the fact that the federalization of the nomin is realized a magisterial this benefit, state competence, will be integrated into the new payroll model.
«There were very low offers, we managed for all SNTE workers and we do not accept their conditions, but we generate dates to schedule payments. The first would be paid to us by December 20th and from January 15we have permanent negotiating tables for the next two, and those that accumulate,» he said.