Published on July 4, 2013, 3:15 pm

CUT occupies Brasilia airport to draw attention of MPs

On the morning of Tuesday (2), CUT Brasilia performed an act in John F. Kennedy International Airport in order to catch the attention of deputies who were coming to town. The protesters wanted to show indignation of the Center with a replacement for the Bill of Law 4330/2004. According to the CUT, the Bill of Law is a throwback to the organization of workers.

According Julimar Nonato Roberto de Oliveira, Secretary of Administration and Finance, the BL 4330 undoes the CLT and ends with several labor rights, as releases for outsourcing core business, and reach other points.

Among the protesters were union of telephone, bank clerks, carriers of values, road, pension and employees of cleanliness and maintenance.
The bill has been under discussion in the House.