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The provincial teaching strike in Neuquén gains strength and would be the first in the Figueroa administration – Diario Río Negro

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The provincial teaching strike in Neuquén gains strength and would be the first in the Figueroa administration – Diario Río Negro

The start of classes throughout the province of Neuquén cannot yet be confirmed. Although the schedule indicates the start next Monday, March 4, the ATEN teaching union analyzes in all its sections the latest salary offer made by the government of Rolando Figueroa. In several, the rejection and provincial strike were voted. If it happens, it would be the first teaching strike in the new provincial administration.

In total there are 5 sectionals, including Neuquén capital (ATEN Capital) that disapprove of the provincial Executive’s offer.

The general secretary of ATEN Provincia, Marcelo Guagliardo, confirmed to Diario RÍO NEGRO that the exclusive reason for the force measure analyzed is “in opposition to the Government’s salary proposal.” He also clarified that it has no relation to the strike called at the national level.

The Association of Education Workers of Neuquén and the representatives of the Executive met again this Tuesday in Roca and La Rioja to continue with the joint negotiation that began days ago. At that time Guagliardo had said after the meeting that the proposal “Does not meet the conditions that we had proposed.”

At the end of the meeting, the leader explained that the offer includes the delivery of a position and proportional bonus of 100,000 pesos to be collected in the first days of March.

In addition, it establishes two stages of updating salaries with a percentage: It would be 35% in April and another 20% with the July earnings. “The accumulated would be approximately 62%,” defined Guagliardo.

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This Wednesday, the Association of State Workers (ATE) and Union of Civil Personnel of the Nation (UPCN) They also met to negotiate their salaries. Both union representations also rejected the offer. This Thursday at 11 it will be the turn of the Road workers, who anticipated that they will not accept the same proposal.


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