The Transport Platform suspends its indefinite strike on its second day


The National Platform for the Defense of the Transport Sector has decided suspend indefinite unemployment in what was to be the second day of protests, arguing that faces a “relentless campaign of harassment and demolition”.

In a statement, the aforementioned group, made up mostly of freelancers and SMEs, ensures that that “campaign” comes from chargers (its clients), employers in the sector, unions, a certain political environment and even some media.

In any case, the Platform defends that will continue “against all odds defending and fighting” their claims to try to improve working conditions in the sector. The second day It has started with “absolute normality” at all points on the network, according to sources from the Interior.

The Platform, which yesterday began the strike with a demonstration in Madrid which brought together about 1,500 carriers, according to police calculations, and tens of thousands, according to the figures provided by the conveners, denounce having suffered “inconceivable persecution, harassment and coercion by different authorities“, who are not respecting the right to unemployment.

These pressures demonstrate, according to the organization, “the manipulation levelthe lack of freedom and the destructive machinery towards everything that does not agree with this rotten and corrupt system”.

Unlike in the strike last Marchwhich lasted for 20 days and put the Spanish logistics distribution chain on the ropes, the protest called last week by the Platform has had minimal follow-up.

This Monday, during the first day of protest, the incidents were “minimal” in the main logistics, distribution and communication centers, which registered the usual movements for a Monday.

On this occasion, the protest has not had the support of any of the main associations in the sector, not even some such as Fenadismer, Fetransa or Feintra, which during the March call joined the demands of the Platform.

Nor has it been supported by none of the major sectors economic, given the fear of being affected at the gates of the most intense sales period of the year, including ‘Black Friday’ and Christmas.


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