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Labour Ministry ratifies 'possible sanctions' for Friday's train strike

Labour Ministry, Carlos Tomada.
Labour Ministry, Carlos Tomada.
Labour Ministry, Carlos Tomada.

Labour Minister Carlos Tomada ratified that the board is “analyzing the application of pecuniary sanctions or even a trial” due to the unfulfillment of the mandatory conciliation which was dictated over the train strike to protest against the arrest of the head of the Ferroviaria railway union, José Pedraza.

“We will make an indictment as we do in every case of unfulfillment of the mandatory conciliation and we will then define which sanctions we apply,” Mr. Tomada told the press during a rally in La Boca, in the framework of his pre-candidacy for Buenos Aires City Mayor.

The Ferroviaria union ignored the ministry’s orders to suspend the strike it held from 12pm to 12am last Friday.

 

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