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The carrier strike scheduled for Christmas is called off

The National Road Transport Committee (CNTC) of goods has called off the lockout scheduled for December 20, 21 and 22 after reaching an agreement with the Government late this Friday, according to sources from the negotiation.

Representatives of the organizations and the Ministry of Transport were meeting since this morning, after spending the last two days exchanging documents, points of view and proposals, which today have been reflected in a document

The strike threatened the supply, especially of fresh products, on the dates before Christmas, the busiest time of the year.

The National Road Transport Committee (CNTC) had called work stoppages for days 20, 21 and December 22 due to the sharp rise in costs (especially fuel), which they say impact their clients in the absence of legal tools for this and the “position of domini or “of those who hire them.

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The carriers had managed to resolve the issue of “Exorbitant” waiting times, for those who also have to do loading and unloading work, the possible imposition of tolls, the disappearance of professional diesel or the failure to return the 200 million sanitary cent.

The pat The transport workers had shown their willingness to negotiate until the last moment, but assured that they were doing so for “dignity and money” because, as they have assured, their future is at stake and they have already reached “the limit”.

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