November 9, 2018, 01:15
At an event at Aula Magna at the Central University of Venezuela, union leaders agreed on an agenda to combat Nicolás Maduro, with the aim of achieving wage improvements.
The Intergovernmental Assembly gathered union leaders from across the country like Keta Stephany, leader of Fapuv; Rubén González, of the union of Ferrominera workers; Eduardo Sánchez, UCV Union Pablo Zambrano, Leader of Fetrasalud and José Bodas, Head of the Unitary Federation of Workers of Petroleum, Gas, Its Similarities and Derivatives of Venezuela.
Sanchez announced the agenda. On Monday, the 12th mobilization to the headquarters of Caracas Metro to defend the dismissed workers; 13, take the ministry of university education; The 14th, a press conference at the University's Clinical Hospital, and the 15th, they plan to develop a basic education measure with Fapuv.
He indicated that despite the political persecution they are victims, they will next week maintain social protests throughout the country and for November 27, they are called for a national march. They also called on workers to sit at the Ministry of Labor on 6 December. "They can put us prisoners, but they will not make us bend," said Sánchez.
Bodas said the government's goal is to criminalize the labor camp. "Oil production in Venezuela does not continue without a living salary."
Trade unionists and public employees tried to protest yesterday and were willing to leave the university city to get to Plaza Venezuela, but GNB and PNB blocked them and prevented the tour.
"You were instructed not to let us pass, but this battle was born and will grow in the heat of social struggle," shouted Sanchez.
Gonzalez said that proud intimidation continues on the streets. "The government has stolen all resources from the companies in Guayana. This country lives in a dictatorship," said the union.
Although the law was published by the Conflict Committee for Frente Amplio Venezuela Libre, which convened 14 activities throughout the country, there were voices in the UCV that said they did not want anything with parties and politicians. In Aula Magna there were no representatives of that coalition.
In the regions. The gills in the states of Lara and Aragua proved against low wages and inadequate compliance with collective agreements.
In Barquisimeto they toured the streets of the city, but Lara police blocked roads and prevented the concentration from being advanced.
From Avenida Bolivar de Maracay, they marched to the Legislative Council to be able to deliver a document requiring basic requirements for workers.
Teodomiro Aguilar, representatives of the education sector's retirees, condemned 90% of the aspects of collective bargaining "killed" following government economic measures.
Chavista marched to Fedecámaras
The successor to President Nicolás Maduro responded to his call and marched to Fedecámaras headquarters in Caracas against an assumed responsibility in the country's economic crisis and the pulverization of the minimum wage.
The ruling parties blamed employers to raise prices for products and pulverize family income. Fedecámaras, who rejected the measure, said that the economic crisis that overwhelms the country is due to the failure of government action.
"We warned that this (the measures) would not address the problems that it would not solve the problem of hyperinflation, of the crisis. They are now trying to blame the business for failing these actions," said Fedecámaras President Carlos Larrazabal.