SUNTRACS strike start as planned across Panama

Labor

Members of the Single Union of Workers in Construction and Similar ( Suntracs ) marched, the morning of this Tuesday, April 17, 2018 by different points of the capital and the interior of the country, in demand of “fair wages”.

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These marches have occurred in Carrasquillla, Costa del Este, 12 de Octubre Avenue, coastal strip, via Spain, Balboa Avenue, Domingo Díaz Avenue, Tumba Muerto, among others.

The actions of the workers have caused damages in the free vehicular traffic. Police officers monitor the development of these protests.

READ MORE:https://www.prensa.com/economia/Suntracs-marcha-distintos-puntos-pais_0_5010248932.html

WATCH VIDEO:https://twitter.com/_/status/986224532959780866

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