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Unions threaten with new 36-hour strike

The head of the anti-government CTA splinter Pablo Micheli (file photo.)
The head of the anti-government CTA splinter Pablo Micheli (file photo.)
The head of the anti-government CTA splinter Pablo Micheli (file photo.)

The head of the anti-government CTA splinter Pablo Micheli has threatened to launch a new 36-hour strike after Tuesday’s 24-hour walkout called by 22 transport unions to protest against the income tax scheme.

“If there are no answers, it will lead us to a 36-hour strike,” the union leader said. Micheli asked the government “for common sense” and to open dialogue on the income tax matter.

However, Micheli pointed out that there are other issues at stake, including the demands to raise the minimum wage and for salaries collective talks to begin this year without a maximum ceiling.

He also underligned the union’s concern about growing labour insecurity and inflation rate.

“We are hopeful that the government relects on this and we can discuss this at some point,” Micheli said.

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