Workers of the Judiciary of CDMX carry out blockades due to lack of payments

Workers of the Judiciary of CDMX carry out blockades due to lack of payments

From early hours, the administrative workers of the central building of the Superior Court of Justice of Mexico City, in the so-called “Judicial City”, set up tents and blocked the circulation of Avenida Niños Héroes.

In the oral trial rooms on Avenida Doctor Lavista, administrative staff installed themselves at the entrances and prevented the entry of lawyers and judges, for which reason various hearings were suspended, including that of Francisco Arturo Pérez Rodríguez, director responsible for Work at the College Rébsamen, arrested last week in the state of Oaxaca, accused of the crime of homicide in commission by omission, under the scheme of eventual intent and environmental crimes

Given the imminent risk that the DRO could be released when the deadline for his legal status to be defined expires, ministerial sources confirmed to Political Expansion that the hearing took place virtually starting at 1:00 p.m. this Wednesday.

Blockades were also recorded on Avenida Juárez and Eje Central Lázaro Cárdenas, at the height of the Palace of Fine Arts, by personnel from the family courts located next to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

According to the workers, the inconvenience is generated because in the first days of December the year-end bonus, bonuses and food vouchers that are part of their annual benefits had to be deposited.

Among the facilities of the Judiciary of Mexico City that participated in the strike are: Reclusorio Norte, Sur and Oriente, orality rooms of Doctor Lavista, Ciudad Judicial, Administrative Buildings of Patriotism and relatives of Avenida Juárez.

The workers insisted that they will maintain the demonstrations until this issue is resolved.

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