President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador confirmed that an agreement is already being sought with Mexican News Agency workers (Notimex), who have been on strike for more than a year.
When asked at his morning press conference, the President confirmed that Notimex workers would be received on Friday by the Ministers of Interior, Olga Sanchez Cordero and Labor, Luisa Maria Alcaldi, as well as Jesوسs Ramírez Cuevas, General Coordinator of Social Communication and spokesperson. From the government.
“I ask for an agreement. It is the best and we will take care of them, listen to them, and I will ask the Minister of the Interior to attend them and also Jesus to get an agreement and also the Minister of Labor to participate today.”
Lopez Obrador indicated that Notimex’s director, San Juan Martinez, would also participate in the meeting to reach an agreement.
Notimex striking workers have warned that they will turn to international bodies, such as the labor bodies of the Treaty between Mexico, the United States and Canada (T-MEC) and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR), if the director maintains General Sanjuana Martinez’s refusal to resolve the dispute.
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