Tuvisa workers will stop for four hours this Monday morning to demand improvements in the labor market

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The strike will be in effect between 5 a.m. and 9 a.m. The city bus drivers of Vitoria-Gasteiz denounce, among other things, the “accumulation of job losses”, the “uncertainty” of the service and the “deplorable condition” of the buses.

The drivers of the city buses of Vitoria-Gasteiz (Tuvisa) will start their first partial strike next Monday between 5 a.m. and 9 a.m.

An increase in the strike was noticed this weekend, as there were no buses to Buesa and Mendizorroza for the Baskonia and Alavés matches. This is a service provided by volunteer drivers, and in the current unemployment situation it has been suspended as one is not available.

In addition to the strike, the drivers organized a meeting at 8:45 am in the Agirrelanda garage.

After tomorrow’s partial strike, a new partial strike is currently being declared on December 18 and two full strike days on the 19th and 21st of this month.

Bus drivers denounce the “accumulation of job losses”, the “insecurity” of services, the “deplorable condition” of buses, the “irritating treatment” towards unions, the deterioration of conditions and the “privatization of resources”.

With these mobilizations, the committee aims to “prevent the loss of buses”, “recover the buses lost since the pandemic and implement the buses necessary to guarantee decent working conditions and quality services”; as well as the “rollback of privatizations”, in addition to the implementation of an effective working day register.

Source: EITB

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