Workers take over Health headquarters in Tamaulipas for 4 thousand people without basing

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Workers from the 43 municipalities of Tamaulipas took over the offices of the Health Secretary state in demanding the basification of at least 4 thousand requests.

In the morning more than a hundred people arrived and placed padlocks on the main door of the building.

They warned that they will not open until they have an interview with the owner Vicente Joel Hernandez Navarro.

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We are asking that the Secretary attend to us, we are asking that the Secretary of Health carry out the dialogue tables. Since March, it has not been possible,” said Miguel Angel Martínez Garza, leader of the movement.

He claimed that they had made an agreement for dialogue a long time ago.

There was already an agreement to hold a dialogue table. It was not fulfilled, last week we reached an agreement to receive before yesterday, Tuesday, to schedule an appointment. It was fulfilled, that is what we are asking for.”

He said they are close to 4 thousand workers who seek to have a base and who are in medical, paramedical, promoter, vector and administrative areas.

Between the protesters There are personnel who have worked for more than 18 years and their seniority has not been recognized.

If they add us to the IMSS Bienestar, we don't see it badly, nor do we frown upon it if it is in the state, at the end of the day they are benefits that in some way will benefit our families," he expressed.

They stated that they have a guarantee that is Republic President after ensuring at the national level to give certainty to this type of workers.

They asked the governor to get involved and help them and know what the situation is like.

The group had already demonstrated in the previous six-year term but based on threats they stopped making their requests.

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