Subsidy approved for the SUNTRACS strikers

Economy

The Single Trade Union of Construction and Similar Workers ( Suntracs ) continued this Friday, May 4 with the granting of the strike subsidy to the workers who started this measure since April 18.

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$ 9 million, disbursement that Suntracs must assume in two weeks of strike
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It is a subsidy of 50 dollars a week, money that is given to workers who support the work stoppage.

According to their leaders, the strike will continue until satisfactory agreements are reached in the talks with the businessmen.

Meanwhile, on Friday morning, the workers carried out different pickets, as in the area of ​​Panama Pacifico, in demand of “fair wages”.

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