The government warned Moyano of the possibility of a strike next Monday

After the general secretary of the CGT and deputy of the Truckers, Pablo Moyano, insisted that the union would carry out a stoppage of activities if salaries are not updated with the increases agreed by the business chambers and not approved by the government, he was harshly crossed by authorities of the libertarian administration. With his strike, the trade unionist Pablo Moyano will harm all Argentines in order to press for a favorable ruling for him. This is a violation of the rule of law,” government sources told Infobae. They also expressed that “we believe in an Argentina without violence, where the institutions work, as they are functioning, and there are no squeezes or leaders who by force seek to bend the other, much less the State.” In addition, they consider this measure as “illegitimate” and have urged Moyano to respect the legal framework, recalling that society voted for a profound change and that now the rules established by law must be complied with. It is worth noting that, last Friday, a total of 22 homologations of parity were announced in the Official Gazette, where the one of the Truckers’ Union is not found. In fact, six of those agreements that received the approval of the Ministry of Labor were signed by Daer, who serves as secretary general of the Federation of Argentine Health Workers’ Associations (FATSA). These are the increases agreed with the Federation of Chambers of Medical Emergencies and Home Medicine; the Chamber of Medical Diagnostic Institutions (CADIME) and the Chamber of Outpatient Diagnostic and Treatment Entities (CEDIM); the Argentine Chamber of Home Hospitalization Companies; the Association of Non-Profit Hospitals and Private Individuals; the Argentine Confederation of Mutual Societies; the Argentine Confederation of Clinics, Sanatoriums and Hospitals; the Association of Private Clinics, Sanatoriums and Hospitals of the Argentine Republic (ADECRA); the Argentine Chamber of Psychiatric Clinics and Establishments (CACEP); the Argentine Association of Geriatric Establishments (AAEG); and the Argentine Chamber of Health Care Providers (CEPSAL).

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