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Mexico: Judiciary workers go on National Strike

by Yucatan Times
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Workers dissatisfied with the extinction of 13 trusts of the Judicial Branch warn that protests will continue until October 24th.

Workers protest against the disappearance of 13 of the 14 trusts of the Judicial Branch for the third consecutive day, have agreed to begin a national strike starting this Wednesday and until October 24, 2023.

In the Palace of Justice of San Lázaro, workers approved by majority the strike, which will not only take place in San Lázaro but also in the Prisma, Revolución, Reclusorio Oriente, Norte, Sur and some organs of Nezahualcóyotl and Naucalpan, in the State of Mexico.

They also agreed that access to the Judicial Council will remain blocked. Likewise, they announced that a workers’ commission will meet with senators of the Republic

The workers indicated that the extinction of six of the 13 trusts directly affects them in benefits, medical services, retirements and pensions.

Protests and demonstrations will continue until Friday
The workers of the Judicial Branch also warned that the seizure of facilities and demonstrations will continue until Friday this week.

They commented that they are coordinating with different government agencies and the different facilities of the Judiciary to carry out protests continuously.

Early this Wednesday, in the Chamber of Deputies, the majority of Morena and its allies from the Labor Party and the Green Party approved the extinction of 13 of the 14 trusts of the Judicial Branch of the Federation for an amount of 15,450 million of pesos. PAN, PRI, PRD and Movimiento Ciudadano voted against it.

The opposition accused the 55,800 workers of being affected, so they presented four suspensive motions to return the ruling to committees, but they were rejected.

After 5 hours of discussion, the reform was endorsed and sent to the Senate for analysis.

Three days of protests
On their third consecutive day of protests, workers from the Judicial Branch of the Federation demonstrated this Wednesday at different points on Avenida Insurgentes Sur, in Mexico City.

A group was located outside the offices of the National Judiciary Council, in front of the Doctor Gálvez Metrobús station. Another was installed outside the criminal amparo courts, in front of La Bombilla park.

Another group intermittently blocked the passage of vehicles on Paseo de la Reforma and Bucareli, although minutes after 11 in the morning they cleared the road.

Another group partially blocked the area around the Picacho-Ajusco highway. The protesters blocked two of the three lanes towards the Peripheral Ring. Very affected circulation.

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