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Pequiven workers debate reform of the Habitat and Housing Law

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Trabajadores de Pequiven debaten reforma de la Ley de Hábitat y Vivienda

From the facilities of the administrative headquarters of Petroquímica de Venezuela SA (pequiven) located in Valencia, Carabobo state, the Special Commission of the National Assembly for the reform of the Habitat and Housing Law continues to collect the proposals of more than 110 workers who gathered in three work groups to evaluate and give proposals that will allow the reform of 20 articles, and the creation of seven new ones that will be within this important law for the working class.

During the discussion, the deputy and member of the Special Commission, Eglé Sánchez, said that “we continue to be deployed throughout the national territory to bring this important law to each factory that will allow workers to shield it for the strengthening of housing projects”.

In this sense, the president of the Bolivarian Federation of Carabobo State Workers, Jhonny Magdaleno, said: “this is not just any law, since it is an opportunity for the working class to build projects for your benefit, we must follow the path of the Bolivarian Revolution to continue consolidating the great homeland of Bolívar and Chávez.

Finally, the representative of the Workers’ Productive Councils, Juan Carlos Navas, stressed that the 7 lines of the Government that are part of social protection for the advancement of the law are also being discussed.

Source: Workers’ Zone Press


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