The guilds of teachers in the province of Buenos Aires announced new strikes over the government’s offer
February 28, 2013
Guilds of Buenos Aires announced they will continue next week with strikes. Without national help, Scioli administration took its own resources to make the proposal.
The teachers unions of Buenos Aires announced they will redouble their battle plan with other measures of force planned for next week, after the provincial government offered a wage increase of 17.8 percent graduated this year.
Teachers unions rejected the proposal and after completing two days of strike, on Monday and Tuesday, at the start of the academic year 2013, warned that “the conflict is exacerbated” in the province after the meeting this afternoon with officials.
Daniel Scioli’s government, meanwhile, stressed, “This is the best deal we could make”.
It happens that for the first time in five years Scioli administration considers using genuine resources to pay salaries to workers in education.