The wave of strikes rocking Europe and especially the United Kingdom, driven among other things by the increase in the cost of living as a result of inflation, its position in transport and led by workers in this sector; In the case of the United Kingdom, they are those grouped in National Union of Railway, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT For its acronym in English) the main activators of packaging. The orange rail set (driven by rail in Socialist Workers’ Party In the fatto and independent) from social networks for some of its references in the lines miter s Stone He expressed his support as part of the Solidarity Campaign and spread this fight in Argentina against the adaptation and exclusion that his peers face in the Anglo-Saxon country.
“The battle led by more than 50,000 railway workers against an 11% rise in prices due to inflation is an example that moves us because it will be the path we should take here in Argentina, as inflation reduces the purchasing power of a salary every month, further affecting the precarious and the unemployed,” said Augusto Dorado, who works in the maintenance sector in Villas, in the town of Berazategui, south of Greater Buenos Aires.
Support from the Orange Railway Group – of which I am a member because I am an employee of Roca Line – for the historic railway strike that has rocked the UK, for 30 years there has never been a labor mobilization of this magnitude. Long live the struggle of the working class in the UK! 😀✊ pic.twitter.com/GH0et5NQPV
– Augusto Dorado (@AugustoDorado) 26 June 2022
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