The UTA called a 72-hour strike for Monday
July 31, 2012
Demanding that they negotiate wages, UTA called a 72-hour strike starting Monday. Metrodelegados defines whether adhere to convene on Monday or earlier in the week.
“By the time elapsed without a solution to the annual joint (…) UTA (Urban Transport Workers Union) declares an alert and mobilization and a 72-hour strike, starting next Monday 6, at zero hours “they said in a statement
The UTA said that they will “provide all assistance as is within its power to the authorities (…) end to solve in these days leading up to the extent outstanding administrative problems with the national government.”
Meanwhile, Roberto Pianelli, secretary-general of the AGTSyP known as Metrodelegados-noted that “on Friday we could have a strike if there is no agreement on Thursday.”