The unions met with the President to analyze what will happen when the current period of isolation ends. A gradual start is expected
The CGT leadership confirmed on Friday afternoon that as of Monday, April 13, once the second stage of preventive and compulsory isolation ends, work will be resumed “gradually” in different activities, after having held a meeting with President Alberto Fernández in Quinta de Olivos.
“We talked about the concern we have about the health issue and also about how we coordinate with workers, employers and the State to gradually work out the exit, protecting workers and creating conditions to return to work,” said one of CGT headlines, Héctor Daer, at a press conference in Olivos.
The general secretary of the construction union UOCRA, Gerardo Martínez, explained that in “the next few days a dialogue table will be set up with workers, employers and health workers, to see from there on how a gradual opening can be carried out for different activities, without forgetting the health care of workers. “
The meeting between the CGT “small table” and the first president lasted for more than three hours and was the first since Fernádnez assumed the Presidency., two days after he showed up with trucker Hugo Moyano, who has a strained relationship with the Cegetista leadership.
Among the measures to be taken so that the workers who are currently prevented from doing their tasks can gradually return to their posts, include those of maintaining the means of transport as they currently circulate without foot passengers to avoid crowds there, the other said. head of the CGT, Carlos Acuña.
In addition to Héctor Daer, Acuña and Martínez, Andrés Rodríguez (UPCN), Antonio Caló (UOM), Armando Cavalieri (Commerce) and Rodolfo Daer (Food), among others, attended the meeting.
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