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CNRT sanctions 130 bus firms as strike continues

The National Commission for Transport Regulation (CNRT in Soanish) fined the companies involved in the current long distance bus firms strike conducted by the UTA transport union.

The order was commissioned by Minister of Interior and Transport Florencio Randazzo. Thus, the CNRT sanctioned at least 130 bus companies.

In a statement, the CNRT reported that sanctions are being elaborated at its various delegations across the country.

Likewise, the CNRT’s Quality Management department opened a channel for receiving reports for affected passengers so they can be reimbursed.

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