Monterey, NL. The Employers’ Confederation of the Mexican Republic (Coparmex) of New Lion urged the state legislature to conclude the implementation of the labor reform, for which it is necessary to approve the bill that creates the Labor Conciliation Center in the entity, which is in charge of the local Congress.

In addition, “the Constitution of our state, in its article 85, section XXII, stipulates that it is the power of the productive sectors to propose the list of three candidates to the state governor, so that the general director of the Labor Conciliation Center; therefore, the Constitution does not require any modification or much less that the State Congress politicizes a process that derives from the consensus of the sectors, as well as from international commitments that must be fulfilled”, stressed the employer body.

“We make a call to the deputies that make up this LXXVI legislatureso that they approve without delay said project arising from the tripartite agreement of the main actors in the productive sector”, he said.

On May 1, representatives of unions, business chambers and the government of New Lionsigned the Labor Peace Agreement to strengthen tripartite integration, privilege dialogue and respect, and continue promoting labor peace as has been done for 24 years.

Ismael Flores Cantu, secretary general of the CTM in New Lion, noted that a Tripartite Commission was not included in the labor reform, which is why the initiative has already been presented to the state Congress and it needs to be discussed and voted on, with which the state would be the first to implement it. “The commitment of the workers is to maintain (labor) peace without negotiating what corresponds to them by right, in accordance with the Federal Labor Law.

In the third stage to implement the labor justice reform, the following are included: Mexico City, Coahuila, Chihuahua, Jalisco, Michoacán, Nayarit, Nuevo León, Sonora, Sinaloa, Tamaulipas and Yucatán.

The secretary of Labor and Social Welfare, Luisa María Alcalde, paid a visit to New Lion In March; made a call to advance in the modification of the statutes of the unions, because at the national level 96% has already been achieved, however in Nuevo León there is an advance of 39%, that is to say that 506 unions have modified their statutes, out of a total of 1,301 in force.


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