Suntracs strike goes on

Infrastructure

 Méndez, announced that by tomorrow, the workers will be mobilized “in different roads”

The National Union of Workers of Construction and Similar (Suntracs) on strike since last Wednesday in protest to a 60 percent wage increase, today carry out demonstrations and partial closures in the Centennial, Tocumen, Colón and other points of the capital.

The secretary general of Suntracs, Saúl Méndez, announced that by tomorrow, the workers will be mobilized “in different roads.”

READ MORE;http://elsiglo.com.pa/panama/mantiene-huelga-suntracs/24059800

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