Truckers’ unions and government set up working tables after meeting in La Moneda: CNTC says they expect a State of Exception “without fine print”

Representatives of truckers’ unions held a meeting on Wednesday with the Undersecretary of the Interior, Manuel Monsalve, and the Undersecretary of Public Works, José Herrera. At the meeting, they addressed security issues, linked to the regions of Biobío and La Araucanía.
After the meeting, the president of the National Confederation of Cargo Transport (CNTC), Sergio Pérez, indicated that “we have established a table and goals, and this union work together with the government we will continue to carry out. We thank you for this call.”
However, he pointed out that “we need support to be given to the Carabineros de Chile, to the Investigation Police and particularly to the Armed Forces so that the State of Exception that has been established is without fine print, without limited issues, for all events.”
He also said that “the situation experienced in the southern macrozone last night is really unlivable,” alluding to roadblocks made by strangers in the provinces of Malleco.
Meanwhile, the president of the National Confederation of Truck Owners (CNDC), Juan Araya, expects improvements in intelligence.
“If there is no intelligence we can have two military divisions inside and there will be no results, they have to locate as the criminals are located. (…) We have to locate, because that group is not that big, they are small groups that operate,” he said.
“We wouldn’t need so much military, so much carabinero, if we have a good intelligence service,” he added.

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