A group of outsourced workers from the Línea Roca security companies hold a protest on the train tracks, which caused the service to be interrupted.
The protesters are with flags and drums in front of a cordon of the Federal Police. From Trenes Argentinos they have already made the criminal complaint and argue that the cutting of tracks is “a federal crime.”
It is not the first time that the outsourced carry out this type of protest. Last week they cut the tracks in the same place, generating the reaction of the passengers who also cut the streets in the vicinity of the Constitución station since no units were arriving or leaving from the terminal.
Added to this is a protest by social organizations that make cuts in different parts of downtown Buenos Aires and in Puente de la Noria.
Up to the headquarters of the Ministry of Labor, in Callao at 100, a march of workers from the Garrahan Hospital will arrive, who are unemployed, to demand salary improvements.
In addition, the Front of Organizations in Struggle, together with other organizations, will focus on the intersection of avenues San Juan and 9 de Julio to mobilize to the headquarters of the Ministry of Social Development “to claim land to work, produce and build houses.”
The “national day” The FOL will pass through several points: the headquarters of the Argentine Army, Paseo Colón and H.Irigoyen; to the Ministry of Defense, in Azopardo 250; Ministry of Economy, in Hipólito Irigoyen 250; SENAF, in Perón 524; to finish in front of Desarrollo on 9 de Julio and Moreno.
News in development.