03/08/2021 9:22 AM
Updated 03/08/2021 9:22 AM
A producer of a dairy SME showed his anger when he said that he
had to throw away more than 5,000 liters of milk
after a four-day union blockade that prevented its normal operation.
The episode occurred at the Lácteos Mayol factory, located in the Buenos Aires town of Gobernador Udaondo, Cañuelas district, where the
Association of Milk Industry Workers
paralyzed the plant for 96 hours.
I really hope that someone in this blessed country will remove this scourge from my factory
, my grandparents' factory. Take this scourge off me, help me," said Dardo Mayol in a video posted on social networks.
The trade unionists claimed that half of the 14 employees went to ATILRA and that some workers were in other unions to pay less in social security, among other points.
"I cannot express myself well,
I have a very deep pain in my soul
. I am not afraid. I already told them that, at 73 years old, they should do whatever they want with my body. It was not difficult for them, 30 thugs, to grab me. in the middle of the street alone and shitting me, ”says the man.
The SME businessman explained that the union force measure, which lasted between Monday and last Thursday, included property damage and damage to the factory, such as the breakage of a generator.
The Ministry of Labor of the Province of Buenos Aires issued the mandatory conciliation and the unionists lifted the measure.
But it was too late, more than 5,000 liters of milk had been thrown away that could not be processed due to the blockade.
Faced with this situation, a group of residents mobilized at the intersection of routes 16 and 215 to repudiate the actions of ATILRA and bring support to Mayol, according to
Days ago, the businessman Bernardo Fernández experienced a similar situation at his plant located in Vicente López, but this time with the union led by Hugo and Pablo Moyano, who broke into the air in despair.
It is that the Truckers union carried out a blockade and encamped the Chazki company in Parque Ader for 12 days, which prevented the Mercado Libre distributor from operating.
“We pay taxes, we are up to date on everything, we don't owe anything and they take millions in taxes from us.
So that they prohibit us from working?
They take away our freedom to work
I love to work and it makes me angry that these people destroy everything for me.
I'm fed up
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