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Classes are not started: CTERA announced a 72-hour national strike chronicle



The Confederation of Education Teachers of the Republic of Argentina (EEIG) made a 72-hour strike of 72 hours, on March 6, 7 and 8. The strength of the measures will prevent normal hours started during the academic year and will affect virtually all neighborhoods.

The measure that will be made to open the pamphlet is announced after a meeting between the main secretaries of each basic unit. On the other hand, the Union of the Union of the Union of the Union of Education of Buenos Aires (SUTEBA) does not announce that the strike will be announced, an international strike will be held on the Women's Day.

At the press conference, CTERA's General Secreter Sonia Alesso He said: "They stopped 48 hours on March 6 and 7, with the mobilization of Mayo Square and the woman's strike # 8M."

He added: "Together in a free and unfettered, you should discuss the national salary of teachers, as well as infrastructure, social education programs."

Until now, the provinces of Mendoza, Misiones, Tucumán, Santiago del Estero, Neuquén and Chubut were only closed with their educational guilds.


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