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On Saturday, Roberto Baradel—SUTEBA’s representative in the negotiations with Vidal’s government—stated that he wouldn’t comply with the Labor Ministry’s suspension of the teachers union strike.

The UDOCBA, SADOP, UDA, and AMET teachers unions across Buenos Aires stated that they

María Eugenia Vidal’s administration has called the Buenos Aires Province’s main teachers unions back to the negotiation table, in order to reach a salary agreement for the year, after a court from La Plata legally obliged her government to do …

Hugo Moyano, the virtual leader of the teamsters union – the formal one is his son Pablo – has just confirmed a strike for this Thursday.

The union demands an annual salary increase of 27 percent. In a press conference, …

Teachers unions from all across the country are arriving in Buenos Aires City for the last stage of the so-called “federal march,” which aims at giving visibility to their demand for annual wage increases be renegotiated, and for the federal …

Nearly two months since the beginning of the school year, salary negotiations between teachers unions in the Buenos Aires Province and governor Vidal’s administration have not made any progress. In fact, things have taken a step backward, as the two …

As the wage negotiations between the teachers unions in the Buenos Aires Province and representatives from the María Eugenia Vidal administration have come to a standstill, the unions grouped in the Frente de Unidad Docente (FUD) have announced new measures …

The main teachers unions in the Buenos Aires Province, grouped under the umbrella Frente de Unidad Docente, announced a strike for after the Easter holidays that will take place next week. The decision comes after a fifth unfruitful meeting with …

The beginning of the school year in Argentina has arrived, and you know what that means: the majority of children attending public schools in this country won’t be going to class, as only seven provinces have managed to reach salary …

March 5 is the set date for children in Argentina to go back to school. However, given the current state of most wage negotiations (paritarias docentes) between teachers unions and the provincial administrations, chances of this happening are …

Representatives of the María Eugenia Vidal administration and of the province’s public teachers union gathered yesterday for the year’s first round of wage negotiations. And, predictably, they did not reach an agreement.

Previous to the meeting, local media outlets had …