Argentina extends care worker bonus for 90 days

The tireless work of care workers in Argentina was once again recognized by the government. In a press conference yesterday, Minister of Health Ginés González García was joined by UNI Americas President Héctor Dáer and Minister of Labor Claudio Moroni to announce a 90-day extension of the March executive decree that provided a pay bonus to 700,000 workers, both in the public and private care sectors.

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Sector Vice-president Jorge Rodríguez attends Alberto Fernández’s inauguration in Argentina

The Sector Vice-president of Communication, Tourism and Culture, Jorge Rodríguez, attended on Tuesday the inauguration of the President-elect of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, and Vice-president Cristina Fernández, who took an oath before the Legislative Assembly of this country. Rodríguez attended the inauguration on behalf of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, as part of the initiative to restore relations of cooperation between the two peoples, after the separation that took place with the arrival of the neo-liberal Mauricio Macri to the presidency of the South American country.

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FISE-Argentina: Internationalist Solidarity with and the Workers of the Teaching Service and the Argentine people.

The International Federation of Trade Unions of Education (FISE) representing the 122 member countries of the five continents, and being one of the UIS Affiliated to the WFTU-FSM (WORLD FEDERATION OF TRADE UNIONS) with its more than 95 million workers in 130 countries, expressed expressing itself by Full Support and Internationalist Solidarity, for the teaching workers and the Argentine people, likewise, we strongly condemn and repudiate the decision of the government in turn that wants to deprive young people from 15 to 18 years of age who work access to…

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‘A disaster carefully designed by corporations and imperialism’

The Communist Party of Argentina called to continue the mobilizations against the government representing the interests of corporations and imperialism. Following the 24 and 25 September general strike that the Communist Party of Argentina (PCA) and the Communist Youth had called for active participation, the PCA called to continue the mobilizations and declared an alternative political line to united the forces in struggle. An article in the National Information Bulletin of the PCA dated 27 September with the title ‘Without fight, they will not go’, underlined that the crisis of Argentine capitalism has been exacerbated…

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