Lima, December 26, 2021Updated 12/26/2021 11:06 pm
The air traffic controllers, grouped in the Unified Union of Air Traffic Controllers of Peru (Sucta Peru), lifted this Sunday the stoppage they had been observing since December 23 for an alleged breach of agreements signed with the Peruvian Corporation of Airports and Commercial Aviation (Corpac).
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This was reported the Ministry of Labor and Employment Promotion (MTPE), which detailed that the force measure was set aside after “extra-trial” meetings held since December 22. The information was also confirmed by the aforementioned union on social networks.
“After “extra-process” meetings held since December 22, held even yesterday (Saturday) at Christmas, today the Directorate for the Prevention and Resolution of Labor Disputes and Labor Corporate Social Responsibility (DPSCLRSEL) of the General Directorate of Labor of the MTPE managed to get the union to commit to lifting the strike and returning to work at 4:30 pm today, Sunday, December 26“Said the sector in a statement.
The air traffic control union had announced a 72-hour stoppage, from December 23, for an alleged breach of agreements signed with Corpac.
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Through its social networks, the union indicated that Corpac It has not complied with all the agreements reached after the lifting of the national strike carried out last year also during Christmas holidays.
The Ministry of Labor He had warned the union that the strike that took place could not immobilize or affect the air transport service as it is considered of vital importance for the country.
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