Despite the report presented by the Federal Center for Labor Conciliation and Registration (CFCRL) and the Secretary of labor and social security (STPS) “Without incident” in the electoral process to renew, for now, 12 union sections, more than 100 complaints have arrived against the process.
In such a way that the CFCRL will have to make a thorough review, not only of the complaints filed by workers, either independently or in a group, about the development of the process that took place in the union sections that include Tamaulipas, Veracruz, State from Mexico, Mexico City, Hidalgo, Oaxaca, Tabasco and Campeche.
The complaints began to be presented from Wednesday the 17th at 11:18 in the morning, and until this Thursday at 10:50 there were 167 complaints against the electoral process.
In accordance with Alfonso Bouzas, coordinator of the Labor Observatory for the Labour reformHe commented that in this historic process, the Center has the power to declare the nullity of the process if it finds that the union statutes were not complied with, but also, if workers’ rights were violated.
It should be remembered that the change in the sectional leaderships is the beginning of the electoral process that will culminate in January with the change of general secretary, portfolio that left Carlos Romero Deschamps since two years ago.
On November 16, 106 booths were installed, 106 inspectors have been deployed, including 4 who flew into offshore wells.
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