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Gov’t to order mandatory conciliation on pilots strike

APLA pilots union called a national strike for tomorrow to protest against layoffs in SOL airlines.
APLA pilots union called a national strike for tomorrow to protest against layoffs in SOL airlines.
APLA pilots union called a national strike for tomorrow to protest against layoffs in SOL airlines.

The government has threatened to order mandatory conciliation if the pilots union APLA moves forward with the national strike called for tomorrow to protest against layoffs in SOL airlines.

“The entire system cannot be affected by a labour dispute in one of its companies,” Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich said in his daily press conference at the government house. “The Labour Ministry will call mandatory conciliation,” he stated.

The union has announced a 24-hour walkout in SOL, Aerolíneas Argentinas and LAN airlines. APLA denounced SOL for being a “serial non-complier with labour and pensions laws.” It urged the government to intervene as it has done in Aerolíneas Argentinas and Austral, to protect jobs.

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Tags:  pilots  strike  mandatory conciliation  SOL  layoffs  Capitanich  Argentina  





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