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Paritarias: the state-owned UPCN and ATE signed a review and reached 97% of annual salary recomposition


They sealed an agreement with the Government for an additional 23.13%. They will charge it in three installments between February and April.

The state members of the Union of Civilian Personnel of the Nation (UPCN) and the State Workers Association (ATE) signed a joint review of 2022 on Monday for an

additional increase of 23.13%.

Thus, the increase corresponding to 2022 rises to



The new sum will be collected in three installments between February and March, before the start of talks for the 2023 recomposition, to which the Government wants to put a ceiling.

Parity 2022 came into force last June, when a 60% salary increase was agreed in five tranches.

It included a review clause in October.

At the end of September, and despite the government's resistance to opening negotiations before the end of the year, they revised the agreement: they brought forward the March 2023 quota to November and obtained a non-remunerative bonus in December of $30,000.

In addition to the review scheduled for January this year.

Now, amid official pressure for the 2023 parities, they again negotiated a supplement for the 2022 period. The increases, based on the January salary, will be distributed as follows: February, 10%;

March, 8% and April, 5.13%.

In this way, the salary increase of national public employees reached 97% per year for the period 06/01/2022 to 05/31/2023.

"We continue to beat inflation," celebrated ATE, a union led by Hugo Godoy.

In this sense, he reported that "we updated the reimbursement amount for kindergartens to $32,300" and the "commitment to deal with the recomposition of grades -February- and the new licensing regime, in April" was achieved.

Alberto Fernández and Hugo "Cachorro" Godoy, general secretary of ATE.

In addition, he stressed that "the parity negotiations for the sectoral ones are still open. The parity is open and in motion."

UPCN, under the leadership of Andrés Rodríguez, also put this year's joint efforts under the magnifying glass.

"We hope to start the parity talks corresponding to the 2023 period that begins on June 1 of this year as soon as possible, where we bet on a low inflation that protects the purchasing power of state-owned salaries," they reported in a statement.

From the Ministry of Economy they want to establish a ceiling of 60% for salary increases, with the aim of containing public spending.

ATE has already come out to reject Sergio Massa's plan.

"It is inadmissible that they try to put a ceiling on this year's salary discussion," warned the national deputy secretary of ATE, Rodolfo Aguiar, on Monday.

Commerce closed a parity of 101%

The Trade Union closed the 2022 review in a total of 101%, which brings the basic salary to 182,700 pesos for March.

The union led by Armando Cavalieri since 1986 has 1.2 million members, it is the largest union organization in the country.

In April 2022, Comercio had closed a parity of 59.5% increase in seven installments (6% in April; 6% in May; 6% in June; 10% in August; 10% in September; 11% in November , and 10.5% in January 2023).

There the basic agreement was stipulated at $90,000 for this January.

But that agreement established a review clause in the event that inflation soars above the amount agreed in parities.

This is how the negotiations began, which concluded with an annual rate of 101%, while annual inflation for 2022 was 94.8%.

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