The so-called Solidarity Days in their original plan now includes 12 days of cleaning, maintenance and maintenance of facilities for six months with a 300-day paycheck.
Of those who appeared on the call, 60 per cent were women, aged between 18 and 65, and all said ‘they did not receive any salary benefit, public or private, or unemployment benefit, pension due to illness, pension or other pay of personal nature’.
Yesterday they amassed allocations in the top five sectors, with the rest continuing until the weekend, with Montevideo increasing the number to four thousand, and its mayor Carolina Kos, Afro-descent, trans and disability-regulated allocations regulated by law. Groups.
In announcing it, the community leader reiterated his well-known plan to the national government to create more jobs by investing in road works and other infrastructure.
As soon as the initial registration of the required 250,605 people was known, former Uruguayan President Jose Mujica criticized the “cuts and adjustment policies” as positive, despite the “one connection”.
“It scares the number of people who have signed up to see if they like the possibility of this little job. Although it was a bit late, the government” agreed to “and” of course we will have to fight to multiply it, “he said on the radio.
Mujica said that leaving behind the Govt-19 epidemic and the high number of deaths every day, ‘no problem is stronger than not having a job, that is the embarrassment we have today.
The Ministry of Labor acknowledges that at least 60,000 formal jobs have been lost, while 100,000 Uruguayans fell below the poverty line by 2020, according to a study by Republican University.
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