Strike breaks out in 20 schools of the CDMX High School and metropolitan area – El Sol de México

From the first minute of this Thursday, November 16, 2023, the strike broke out in the 20 campuses of the Colegio de Bachilleres in Mexico City and the Edomex metropolitan area, as well as in its general offices. With this determination, more than 100 thousand students were left without classes.

According to National Independent Union of Secondary School Workers (SINTCB), the This measure responds to the lack of will of both the authorities of the Bachelors and the Secretariats of Finance and Public Credit and the Secretariat of Public Education (SHCP), to reach an agreement with the workforce on their labor demands. Furthermore, they denounce that they have been treated as “second-class workers.”

The union stated that three meetings were held before Federal Labor Court for Collective Affairs and the Federal Center for Conciliation and Labor Registration, where the School administrators did not propose any solution to their demands, so they decided to go on strike.

“In the first minute of November 16, the red and black flags will be placed on the 20 campuses of the College and general offices.”

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The SINTCB pointed out that the breach about the offer made by the president Andrés Manuel López Obradorthat the educational sector is equated with the income they receive from Social Security, which indicates that “No worker should earn less than 16 thousand pesos.”

In addition, the strike notice indicates an annual contractual salary increase of 20 percent, in addition to an 8.2 percent salary increase and the demand for a contractual salary increase for 2023.

“As well as the fulfillment of demands that remain unresolved despite the commitments made by the employer.”

The National Independent Union of Workers of the College of Bachelors reiterated its willingness to engage in dialogue to reach an agreement, a situation in which the administration of the College has not shown any willingness to find a solution to its demands, in the three meetings that have been held before the Federal Labor Court of Collective Affairs and the Federal Center for Conciliation and Labor Registration, the third took place yesterday, November 15, as there was no agreement, it was decided to put the red and black flags on the 20 campuses of the College of High School Students .

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At the moment, the counterpart of the SINTCB has not commented on the matter, and it is expected that in the next few hours they will be able to give some explanation about this conflict with the workers of the College of Bachelors.

Note published in The Press

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