Suntracs and Capac to meet Monday

Infrastructure

This Monday, April 30, marks the 13th day of the strike declared by the strike called by the National Union of Construction Workers and the like, without an agreement being reached with the  Panamanian Chamber of Construction (Capac), in the negotiating table.

Between both parts are pending to agree the economic clauses, mega-salaries and special working conditions.

Last night, the Suntracs leadership reiterated that the workers will not accept the “crumbs” that Capac continues to offer them.

The leadership of the workers has called its members to an assembly this Monday, at 9:00 am in the Porras park. This, to take new decisions regarding the strike and “the actions we will take forward,” announced the leader Saul Mendez.

READ MORE;https://www.prensa.com/economia/Suntracs-convoca-asamblea-lunes_0_5019248032.html

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