Skip to comments.Argentina: Capitanich reveals Govít offered 22% salary rise to teachers
Posted on 02/21/2014 4:35:39 PM PST by Oldeconomybuyer
Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich revealed in a press conference that the Government offered teachers unions a 22 percent salary rise during todays bargain negotiations. The offer included a perfect attendance plus that could raise the increment to reach 26.8% if respected.
Teachers unions claimed 61% and 35% salary increments. This is impossible, said the Cabinet Chief, and added that the Government hopes to near positions with the unions and close a deal next Monday or Tuesday.
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In Argentina (and here eventually) a raise of 22% will probably be required daily to account for inflation.
Teachers unions own the communist movements in Argentina, Mexico, and the US; they are the largest gubmint workforce (outside of the military), and serve as commissars lining their own pockets.
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