Workers judicial grouped in the Union of Justice Employees of the Nation (UEJN), led by Julio Piumato, will carry out a national strike this Thursday that will include mobilizations, acts and street closures.
The measure of force sectorthe third tranche of 15% salary improvement is made in claim for immediate payment, since the salaries of the judicial they do not compensate for the high increase in inflation.
The unemployment of judicial It will take place in the Palace of Courts, located in Uruguay and Lavalle, where street courts will be held and there will be a central act. For its part, in the rest of the country the mobilizations will take place in front of each district dependency.
“Inflation eats away at wages, so the union decided to deepen the plan of struggle. The previous week there was a first national strike, which had a very high compliance. The recomposition of 15% for the third tranche, agreed with the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation cannot suffer any more delay,” the union assured.
The union also indicated that after “several weeks waiting for the authorization to change the items for the 15% salary increase and, without having received any response, the new national strike was ratified.”
And they added that “workers are alert and expectant and will not allow wages to lose against inflation. The protection of rights and the defense of judicial independence are fundamental pillars to consolidate a just, free and sovereign Homeland”.
Likewise, the guild He assured that in case their demands are not heard, they will insist with their forceful measure until the 15% increase in wages becomes effective.
The CTA also called for a protest
The Autonomous CTA will today carry out mobilizations, courts and assemblies in several provinces, calling for an increase in the minimum wage and a universal wage that is above the high level of inflation.
The mobilization of the CTA will begin in Plaza Alsina, Avellaneda, from where they will march on Miter Avenue to the Pueyrredón Bridge, where the main act will take place. In addition, they foresee cuts in the main accesses to the City of Buenos Aires.