The Buenos Aires Judicial Association (AJB) reported today that it resolved to accept the salary proposal of the provincial government of Axel Kicillof for the sector, which includes a 40% increase in three tranches and a negotiation review clause.
“The salary proposal is accepted by a large majority,” the union highlighted in a statement, in which it was reported that today “the various face-to-face assemblies in the 20 departmental departments of the province were held with an important participation of colleagues” and that in 15 of them the offer was accepted.
The proposal consists of a 20% increase in March, 6% in May and 14% in July, in addition to a monitoring and review table in May and reopening of salary negotiations in August.
“We believe that this proposal that was reached in the negotiations, although it is perfectible, is a step to alleviate the difficult inflationary situation that day by day corrodes our salaries,” said the general secretary of the AJB, Hugo Ruso.
He added that he expressed to the Buenos Aires government that they will continue “fighting so that parity 2023 achieves, as happened last year, overcome inflation and continue on a path of sustained salary recovery.”
In addition, as part of the joint proposal, an update of the ceiling for the exclusion of the collection of family allowances was proposed.