unionized workers of the Senate They tried to push their way into the session hall of this legislative chamber.
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At that time, deputies and senators of the Standing Commission.
Although they tried to break in, the workers were held by security personnel, who closed the glass doors through which the main access to the plenary is reached.
They demanded that their offices be returned to them, taken at dawn, they said, by 4 of their colleagues who want a place for a family member.
“Today at 5 in the morning, the union offices are at Madrid 62 in the mezzanine, the 4 colleagues who are pressing for their labor rights to be respected, closed the office with a padlock, the doors with a padlock. Right now they are stationed there in the offices,” said Martín Sandoval, Training Secretary of the Senate of the Republic.
They shouted for the president of the Senate to attend to them, Olga Sanchez Corderoor the president of the Political Coordination Board, Ricardo Montreal.
None was found and, finally, they were attended by the secretary of Administrative Services, Maurice Farah.
“As there is currently an outbreak of COVID, some workers are reporting and they must be attended to so that their working days are protected and, in the same way, so that the administrative authority is told to take measures regarding remote work. , so that there are no more infections among workers,” said Martín Sandoval, Secretary of Training of the Senate of the Republic.
Later, Bertha Orozco, general secretary of the Senate Unionwho is on leave.
Before the Permanent Commission session concluded, they dissolved their protest and continued legislative work as normal.
With information from Claudia Flores