Varela seeking end to SUNTRACS with intervention

Labor

President Juan Carlos Varela today requested an arbitration if they do not reach an agreement at the parallel table between the Panamanian Chamber of Construction (Capac) and the Single Trade Union of Construction Workers and the like (Suntracs). day sunday

“The government asks you very respectfully to go to an arbitration that would start on Monday or Tuesday, it is already costing millions of dollars to Panamanian families,” said Varela.

‘At the latest on May 15, we will start a new stage with arbitration, “the president requested during an official ceremony in Bocas del Toro.

Varela takes this decision after the Suntracs has been on strike for more than 23 days, affecting more than 90,000 families and buildings in the state and asks Capac for this weekend to reach an agreement with the union.

 

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