The services affected by May 1 and how much is paid to those who work

This Sunday On May 1, services such as supermarkets, shopping and transportation will be reduced in the framework of International Workers’ Day.

For his part, the PIT-CNT perform an actagainst hunger and famine, for salary and defense of social security“and under the slogan”for the unity of those who move the wheel”as explained by his President, Marcelo Abdala.

The trade union center will raise “immediate demands” of the workers, but also a “perspective“for the construction of”a program of solutions for the great national and popular majorities“, he added.

On April 12, Abdala published a video of just over 2 minutes, to call for a mobilization in each department. He recalled that three caravans of vehicles will form next May 1st to have a meeting point on Avenida Libertador, in Montevideo. The mobilizations They will gather at the main point of the march, which will culminate in the Plaza 1° de Mayo, and the central expects a massive act.

There will be three speakers: abdullahthe Secretary of Human Rights of the PIT-CNT, Fernanda Aguirreand the general secretary of the union central, Elbia Pereira.


All shopping malls in Montevideo and Canelones will remain closed


The branches of Disk in Montevideo they will remain closed. they will only open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. the branches of Maldonado (Disco Roosevelt), El Pinar, Atlántida.

The branches of Shop English in Montevideo they will remain closed. they will only open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. the branches of Punta del Este, Solanas, La Barra and Atlántida.

All branches of Devotee Y Devotee Express will remain closed.

The Hypermarket Geant will remain closed.


The last departures of the buses of the public transport cooperatives will be out on Saturday April 30as reported by the Trade Union Association of Cooperatives and Transport Workers (Ascot)

All Urban and suburban lines will leave the platform for the last time at 6:59 p.m. The vehicles will return to the workshops at 7:29 p.m. on Saturday and the collection of mobile phones will take place at 8:29 p.m.

The National Union of Workers and Transport Workers (Unott) has not yet defined what measures it will take facing the date.

What happens if you have to work on May 1

The May 1st is a non-working holidayas well as January 1, July 8, August 25 and December 25, so, according to the article 18 of the Law 12,590 that refers to the annual license regime in private activity, the worker must “receive remuneration as if he were working; and in case of working he will receive double pay.”

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