Saúl Méndez: ‘People are angry to see how the government robs them and forces them to live miserably’


Saúl Méndez, secretary general of Suntracs, stated that these specific answers are minimal in view of a list of 32 requests that the leadership presented more than a month ago.

Saúl Méndez: 'People are angry to see how the government robs them and forces them to live miserably'

Saúl Méndez, general secretary of Suntracs. Photo: Radio Panama

Despite all the announcements that the Executive has issued for a few days, the National Single Union of Workers in the Construction and Similar Industries (Suntracs) will carry out this Wednesday, the warning strike that they had previously called since last week .

Saúl Méndez, secretary general of Suntracs, stated that these specific answers are minimal in view of a list of 32 requests that the leadership presented more than a month ago.

He said that the problem we are experiencing now is an accumulation of 32 years of neoliberal economic policy that the last seven governments have imposed after the invasion, whose philosophy is “steal from the poor to give to the rich and we know that is what is happening in this administration; that is what has people in the street, outraged, tired, pissed off seeing how the government mocks, robs them and forces them to live miserably, while others have a great feast with money that we pay from taxes”.

Méndez pointed out that this 24-hour warning strike will be accompanied by “pure and harsh militancy” and on Thursday, Friday and Saturday the demonstration actions that are taking place so far will be repeated.

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