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The General Assembly of Delegates of Fenapes decided this Sunday not to agree to the measure promoted by ADES, so the strike will not have a national scope
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March 05, 2023 at 2:08 p.m.
The strike of the Association of Secondary Education Teachers (ADES) scheduled for the start of classes this Monday, March 6, it will only be in the department of Montevideo. As explained by the leader of ADES Montevideo (which brings together teachers from the capital), Javier Iglesias to El Observador, the strike will only be in the country’s capital.
From this it follows that during the General Assembly of Delegates of Fenapes that took place this Sunday, it was decided not to follow the measures ordered by ADES on Saturday. In any case, Fenapes will give a conference tomorrow to explain the situation.
Iglesias explained that the measure was taken because there is “a beastly cut in the educational budget” that is generating “overcrowded groups of students.”
For his part, Robert Silva, director of the Codicen, told El Observador that this Monday, Despite the strike, all high schools in the country, including Montevideo, will be open and that public education will begin that day, because according to the statistics managed by Codicen “70% of teachers have not adhered to the strike measure” on other occasions, but “only 30%” have done so, Silva said.
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