Militants of social organizations march this Tuesday toward the May Plaza, in demand of a “minimum, vital and mobile salary equal to the basic family basket of 70 thousand pesos”.
At noon on Tuesday, the protesters advance along 9 de Julio Avenue towards the Plaza de Mayo, generating serious inconveniences in the vehicular traffic of the Buenos Aires microcenter.
Protesters they demand “no salary below the poverty line and a minimum, vital and mobile salary of 70 thousand pesos”.
Among the groups that summon are the Polo Obrero, the Front of Organizations in Struggle (FOL), the Movement of the Peoples, the Popular Front Darío Santillán, and the MST Teresa Vive, among others.
The protesters demand “no salary below the poverty line and a minimum, vital and mobile salary of 70 thousand pesos”, as well as “genuine work and public works in the neighborhoods.”
Mobilization It is held hours before the meeting of the Salary Council called by the national government, which will be chaired this afternoon by the Minister of Labor, Claudio Moroni.