SUNTRACS unhapy with progress of resumption of projects.


The general secretary of the Single Union of Construction and Similar Workers (Suntracs), Saúl Méndez affirmed that as of Monday, November 16, 14 thousand workers have been reinstated to their jobs.

This he said is important because the figures in March of suspended contracts were 23 thousand workers, that is, he specified, that there are still 9 thousand workers to return to work. 

In this regard, Méndez warned that they will continue to pressure employers and the government to open projects that remain closed until today and to summon workers to their jobs.

Méndez announced a series of actions that will be carried out from this Wednesday to demand that the projects be reopened. 

He assured that on Wednesday they will go to the National Institute of Aqueducts and Sewers (Idaan) and next Monday to the Ministry of Education (Meduca).

He also stated that this Friday there will be a meeting with the commission that was agreed to appoint with the Executive, in this case the Minister of Labor and Labor Development, Doris Zapata and the delegation of Suntracs to discuss this issue.

“The workers who are with their contracts suspended must support the actions called by the union, and the workers who are working must support the actions called by the union, so that we can reinstate all of them to their jobs. The actions are gone. to continue increasing and they are going to intensify in order to comply with Decree 1036, “he said.

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