After leading two strikes against Grupo México, a trust was created for the sale of Compañia Mexicana del Cobre with $55 million to Napoleon Gómez Urrutia, leader of the National Union of Mining, Metallurgical and Similar Workers of the Republic of Mexico. was diverted by , who was forced to flee to Canada by the Pasta de Conchos mine explosion and learned of the spill that led to the Canaanite miners’ legacy.
With Gómez Urrutia back in Mexico and a multi-member Senate under him, but no longer the owner of the collective contract for the Canania mine and after a prolonged struggle in the courts, the Federal Board of Conciliation and Arbitration awarded him a settlement that month. Ordered to pay, by January 2021, the sum of $55 million, plus accrued interest since 2008, to 226 mining workers.
The Justice Plan for Kanania, promulgated in November 2021, was the final straw for Napoleon Gomez Urrutia’s intention not to return the $55 million, as a kickback, he provoked union protests a few months later to block the highway Imurice -Demolish all terrestrial communications with Canania and Mineral.
The extensive political experience of the state’s governor, Alfonso Durazo, detected Gómez Urrutia’s intentions and appeared to pacify the union insurrection incited in Mexico City which had been a real threat to the first months of the Bavispe native’s administration.
Gómez does not stop in his effort to gain Urrutia supporters and, incidentally, excites the union’s waters in the mines of Sonora, in the La Herradura mine in Caborca, taking advantage of some of the company’s lapses, which it has already rectified. “Napito” tried to get the national mining and metallurgical union FRENTE to give Albazo to form a new union, using all kinds of tricks, including a blockade that paralyzed mine activity for two weeks. , All this reasoning was done by a small group of mine workers.
The State Attorney General’s Office reported last night that it executed an arrest warrant against the leader of this group of agitators, Flavio “N,” who turned out to be quite the “file,” who had a criminal record for specific offenses of dishonest misdemeanor and fraud.
This effective action by the Sonora Attorney General’s office ended a labor struggle that threatened to compromise the state’s ability to govern, especially at a time when Governor Alfonso Durazo had discussed the future with the Sonora Energy Plan. A path has been prepared for which labor disputes have no place to live. In addition, the families of 2,500 workers regained their peace of mind as their jobs at the La Herradura mine would continue.
ENREDE appointment of the ISTAI Presidency
There are no coincidences in politics, he says, which is why the process of registering candidates for the institute’s presidency was coincidentally extended after the state Congress announced the resignation of State Attorney General Claudia Indira Contreras. Transparency and access to public information and protection of personal data, which was extended till May 15.
It is easy to understand this detail, very easy, that the person on whom the political will to reach the Presidency of ISTAI rests has not yet registered.
The problem is that the extension of the call period for the registration of applicants to chair the ISTAI was not explicitly done in the terms established in the organic law of the state Congress, leaving it to discuss the matter. Was. transparency commission meeting
This lapse in process is music to the ears of deputy Natalia Rivera, who, from the opening hour, came under fire from the Citizens Movement party’s parliamentary group, announcing they would file a legal appeal to overthrow the appointment process. ISTAI, as it considers it outside the law.
The point is that we are going to interpret the law of each side, Natalia Rivera and the Parliamentary Group of Citizens Movement will not hesitate to show the arguments that consolidate them as opposition.
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