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Thursday, April 12, 2012

60 bus line strike to continue indefinitely

Unionists announced that the 60 bus line strike is set to continue indefinitely, as a meeting between delegates, representatives from the Monsa bus company and Labour Ministry officials failed to reach an agreement on Thursday.

On Wednesday, the Labour Ministry issued an order for mandatory conciliation between both parties. The drivers, however, refused to abide by it, although they promised to keep working to find a solution with Monsa.

The strike began on Tuesday as protesters called for the reinstatement of four drivers who had been recently fired.

60 bus line drivers also staged several roadblocks in areas of the City and Greater Buenos Aires, including on the Pan-American highway in Ingeniero Maschwitz, on the intersection of the Callao and Rivadavia avenues, in the City neighbourhood of Congreso and outside the Constitución train station.

60 bus line connects Ingeniero Maschwitz with Constitución neighbourhood in the City and 250 thousand people ride it every day.


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