On March 1, tens of heaps of local cleaners proven in front of the City Hall of the Miraflores district of Lima, Peru, condemning the municipal government’s arbitrary choice to lease every other agency, and denouncing the irregularities within the contract between the government and the new enterprise, Buena Pro. The decision will leave over 250 workers unemployed.
The protesting workers are from the Innova Ambiental SA employer (previously Relima), 80% of whom are girls and were working for greater than eleven years. According to an assertion released using the District Municipality of Miraflores, the government’s contract with the Innova Ambiental SA will expire on March four.
The government declared that there had been a shortage of cleanliness and cleaning services within the district for almost 240 days. It invited tenders on February 25 and hired a brand new cleansing employer tomorrow temporarily for eight months. As such, aside from Buena Pro, most effective Petramas SAC ought to gift its notion.
The Public Cleanliness Workers and Laborers Union of Lima (SITOBUR) condemned this motion of the authorities and said that it turned into contravention of the exertions rights of the workers. They argued that the agreement becomes given with the aid of the mayor, Luis Molina, as a opt to a few marketing campaign contributor, and referred to as it an act of corruption.
“They ought to have done obvious bidding, inviting several corporations, and selected a winner. What they have got carried out is something complicated to understand due to the fact, in our opinion, the whole thing has been redirected,” said Raul Oviedo, the general secretary of the union.
The union additionally rejected the government’s argument that there is a scarcity of cleanliness because the district is the cleanest in Lima. Oviedo said that the government had decided to outsource the cleaning offerings, that’s an original work of the municipality, at the cease of 2018. He also noted that Molina never agreed to speak with them regardless of their regular attempts.
Oviedo indicated that the employees would preserve to protest until their hard work rights are respected. “We will retain to are looking for the talk with the municipality of Miraflores. If we aren’t heard, we can go to the Congress of the Republic, the Comptroller’s workplace, that has already all started an investigation into the issue. We will preserve demonstrations and protests to guard the rights of workers,” he said.