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Easter: threat of unemployment "in all airports in the country" in the run-up to the long weekend


The force measure of ATE ANAC was announced for April 5. It would affect basic control and sanitation services, which could cause delays and cancellations.

The representatives of the ATE union in the National Civil Aviation Administration (ANAC) announced for next

April 5 , the Wednesday before the long



, a

national strike

that will affect

ground control, aviation health and firefighters.

 The measure will impact the activity in the 54 airports in the country.

The union in charge of the general secretary Alejandro Garzón sent a notification on Monday about the force measure voted for next Wednesday, which could generate

delays and cancellations of flights

during one of the busiest tourist moments of the year.

Through a statement, the union authorities reported that they arrived at the measure after a series of breaches regarding what was agreed at the last joint table, where the call for a new meeting was announced that finally did not take place. 

"On behalf of and on behalf of the ATE-ANAC National Coordination, we inform that the deadlines agreed at the last joint technical table have not been met, where it had been agreed to convene a new meeting for the week that ends today," they expressed through a release.

In the text, they point to the Public Employment office for not having complied with the agreed deadlines "in relation to the modification of the performance allowance, going to a criterion of 1.5% per year and the increase in the remuneration unit 20 % above the general parity”.-

Among the reasons that originated the measure of force, they also included non-compliance on the part of the General Director of the Legal, Technical and Administrative Directorate of the organization "in terms of political agreements and the lack of response to the permanent calls to the National Administrator".

“Issues that had been agreed upon after the last Mandatory Conciliation and that in many cases the General Director of Legal, Technical and Administrative (Paola Tamburelli) had committed in person were not resolved.

The lack of personnel or the repair of the "Follow Me" vehicles are conspicuous by their absence", concludes the letter published on social networks.

The union maintains that issues agreed upon after the last mandatory conciliation were not resolved either, such as those related to the lack of personnel and the repair of Follow Me vehicles, which are the ones used to guide planes to their parking position.

Within this framework, the workers gathered in ATE-ANAC ratified the decision to go on a national strike on April 5.

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Source: clarin

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