LA PLATA.- The Association of State Workers (ATE), which is part of Astilleros Río Santiago, will again protest today at Plaza Moreno, opposite the provincial government of Buenos Aires, after the serious gambling images that were recorded yesterday.
María Eugenia Vidal
meets in the Government House to assess the situation after 16 people were injured during a street fight on Monday.
In the provincial legislature, the front of the workers promoted a draft resolution to summon the minister of security, Critian Ritondo, for what he judged as a "brutal oppression" with "rubber bullets, bullets of lead-tear gas and hydrant trucks" and for attacking demonstrators with police patrol cars.
The Left Front has only two deputies of the 92 who are part of the House of Representatives. But all opposition to Vidal is more than the official party. And if you join, you can get a majority to quote the minister.
If we change, which has 44 delegates out of a total of 92, another Security Council project promotes rejection of trade union violence. He claims that the workers of Astilleros Rio Santiago forcibly wanted to take the construction of the government by the power of rods and padlocks.
While the streets are full of workers asking for parity from the government of María Eugenia Vidal. The five workers who were arrested yesterday, identified as Daniel Denis Bilardo, Leonardo Daniel Nieva, Mauro Emilio Dubin, Gustavo Vila and Luis Fernando Romano were released last night. No people were arrested this morning who informed the nation, the public prosecutor, Marcelo Martini, because of the UFI no. 3, which commits the actions for the damage and the yesterday registered injuries.
In principle, the prosecutor rejected the accusations for illegal coercion by the prisoners who claimed to have been furious during their detention in the first commissioner of this provincial capital. The guilds showed photos of dungeons drowned in the hours when the workers had been deprived of their liberty with charges of opposition to authority and qualified compensation.
The ATE march will now receive support from other trade unions who also ask for salary improvements for the government of Vidal, such as teachers, health workers and the municiaples.
The unrest took place at a time when the relationship between the Vidal government and the unions of shipyard workers is the worst. The situation became strained when Jorge Lanata's Journalism for All program issued a report in which he showed a certain degree of negligence and inactivity of the shipyard and blamed the guilds for manipulating the forms and starting from there. manage. .
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