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Subway workers rule out further strikes after government talks

Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich met with delegates from the union representing Subte workers, who assured the government figure that there would be no more stoppages related to trade union affiliation in the coming days.

Capitanich received the Union Association of Subte and Premetro Workers (AGTSyP) general secretary Roberto Pianelli today in Government House, and heard from the representative that no strikes were planned for the end of 2014.

"We are obviously not going to take any industrial action which affects users during the holidays," Pianelli said at the end of the meeting. An ongoing conflict over recognition of Subte workers' affiliation to the AGTSyP led to rolling strikes last Tuesday, one day before Christmas Eve and the last day of activity for many workers.

The unionists affirmed that he was happy with the meeting with Capitanich, though the resolution of the conflict was yet to be found and the pair "did not talk about deadlines."

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