Pablo BiróThe APLA Secretary General described the conciliation as "illegal" and clarified that the labor card cannot dictate it twice in the same conflict.
Genaro trucco, UALA's deputy secretary, said along the same lines that the official resolution "has already been applied and cannot be applied again" and added that "the force measure is maintained".
"We are open to dialogue, but there was really no official proposal, the company offers nothing," said the unionist.
The meeting was held at the Ministry of Labor headquarters and participated in the Airline Pilots Association (APLA), which leads Pablo Biró and the Airline Aviation Union (UALA), which conducts Cristian Erhardt.
The meeting – which was also attended by executives of Aerolineas Argentinas – was called by the government to try to unblock the strike, but finally there was no agreement.
Guild sources told the NA news agency that not only is the 48-hour strike on its feet, but that the fight plan will be deepened if no agreement is reached; therefore, the strike may extend until Monday.
The barbarism of the pilot unions
The aeronautical guilds seem to live in a parallel country, where the only law they enforce, regardless of who is ahead.
Upon request of Alberto Fernandez, a candidate who theoretically supports the suspension of the planned strike over the next few hours, replied that he will not only go but also deepen protest measures. This is a first warning to the main opposition candidate: they assume that, against their will, no one could and will not. Meanwhile, the last thing they consider is the most important thing in this story: suffering users.
The union led by Pablo Biró said that "11 months after the expiration of the joint ventures" they remain "without agreement for the period October 2018 / September 2019 and the company insists not to submit any proposal for recomposition."