They point out that the National Institute of Surveys condemns them to eternal uncertainty, when they approach individually to claim.
“We are attending to their claims, there is only a small percentage of people left who have not yet been paid but are going to get paid,” Ojeda responded to the media, when asked about the delay in paying those who worked that day.
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Those mobilized to demand the payment, pointed out that the way they try the excuses to “pimp” them has the edges that it is actually part of a “swallowing money” scheme, since there is nothing complex in controlling who worked, and get paid if that’s the case.
The protesters indicated that the matter reached such a point that those who enter the INE web page to protest are automatically blocked.
On the subject, Ojeda replied that it is not, that only those who systematically insult the entity’s authorities are blocked.
What is striking about the lack of payment is the excessive time that the issue has already taken, even more so having the technology for it.
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The entrance CDE census takers and supervisors did not get paid and accuse swallowing and blocking was first published on newspaper TODAY.