November 9 2018 01:15
At the Aula Magni event at the Central University in Venezuela, union leaders agreed on Nicolai Madura's agenda to fight the government, with a view to improving pay.
The Intermediate Assembly brought together trade union leaders from across the country like Kate Stephany, leader Fapuv; Rubén González, Union of Workers Ferrominer; Eduardo Sánchez, Union of Workers of UCV; Pablo Zambrano, head of Fetrasaludova and José Bodas, in charge of the United Federation of Oil, Gas, Related Industries and Derivatives of Venezuela.
Sanchez announced the agenda. On Monday, 12th, mobilization at Caracas Metro headquarters to defend the dismissed workers; 13th, Ministry of Education; at the 14th press conference at the Clinical Hospital of the University, and on May 15, they plan to develop a basic educational action with Fapua.
He showed that in spite of the political persecution of the victims, the next week, they held a social protest throughout the country, and on 27 November they called for a national march. They also invited the workers to a session at the Ministry of Labor on December 6th. "They can put us in prisoners, but they will not make us bend," Sánchez said.
Bodas said the government's goal is to criminalize the labor dispute. "Oil production in Venezuela will not continue without living wages".
Syndicalists and public officials tried to protest from yesterday and were willing to leave the University City to reach the Venezuelan Plaza, but GNB and PNB blocked and prevented the tour.
"You are instructed not to allow us to pass, but this struggle is born and grow in the heat of social struggles," said Sanchez.
Gonzalez said he would continue in the streets, despite intimidation. "The government has stolen all the resources of Guayana, which is living in dictatorship," the trade unionist said.
Although the act has been published by the Anti-Conflict Committee, Frente Amplio Venezuela Libre, which has convened 14 activities across the country, the UCV are voices that said they did not want anything with the parties and politicians. Auli Magni did not have any representatives of that coalition.
In the regions. The guerrillas of the state of Lara and Aragua have shown against low wages and disrespect of collective agreements.
In Barquisimeta, they were walking through the streets of the city, but Lara police blocked the avenues and prevented the progression of concentration.
From Avenida Bolivar de Maracay they went to the Legislative Council to submit a document with the requirements for the basic requirements for workers.
Teodomiro Aguilar, a representative of pensioners in the education sector, said 90 per cent of the aspects of collective bargaining were "destroyed" after government economic measures.
Chavista went to Fedekamara
President Nicole Maduro's followers responded to his call and headed to Fedekamara's headquarters in Caracas against the alleged accountability of the country's economic crisis and cutting the minimum wage.
The ruling parties blamed employers for raising the price of the product and defeating family income. Fedecámaras, who rejected the action, said the economic crisis prevailing in the country due to the failure of government measures.
"We have been warned that this (measures) will not solve the root of the problem, it will not solve the problem of hyperinflation and crisis. They are now trying to blame the business community for the failure of these measures," said Fedaramaras president Carlos Larrazabal.