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Coinciding points between Manini and the PIT-CNT on various issues

The leader and senator for Open Town Hall, Guido Manini Ríos, held a meeting with the president of the PIT-CNT, at the headquarters of the union central. During the meeting with the Executive Secretariat of the workers’ union, the lobbyist leader He discussed various issues of the national reality, in a meeting that lasted for more than an hour.

“There were points of agreement (…) There are proposals from the PIT-CNT with which we agree. We all want that the purchasing power of the workers does not deteriorate, that it be maintained, that the basic basket does not skyrocket”, Manini said once the meeting was over.

Within the framework of economic proposals, which from various sectors; some from the coalition were made to the Government in economic matters, Manini was close. Especially in relation to recovering the purchasing power of people and the possibility of increasing the national minimum wage.

However, the lobbyist made it clear that these proposals must be measured and analyzed “in depth.” Despite this, he showed himself to these “by philosophy”. He also stressed that minimum pensions should be increased. On these issues, he noted that “we have to be very responsible and serious when making proposals, which are sometimes very nice to listen to but sometimes are impracticable in reality.”

“Franca” Abdala said about the meeting with Manini

Meanwhile, the president of the PIT-CNT, maintained that the meeting with Manini was “respectful but frank.” He indicated that “these socio-economic proposals do not prevent the PIT-CNT from continuing to raise its banner of ‘truth and justice’ against impunity in the fact that our brothers and sisters of Relatives of Disappeared Detainees do everything possible to that they access the information on where their relatives are and that, obviously, we do not share a bill that speaks of house arrest for State terrorists”.

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