Petrobras and AGU want TST to judge illegal oil strike
Category will cross their arms for 72 hours from Wednesday (30) and ensures that downtime is just a warning
Petrobras urged strike to be illegalPaulo Whitaker / ReutersPetrobras and the Federal Attorney General (AGU) went to the Superior Labor Court (TST) to request that the oil strike , scheduled for tomorrow (30), be considered illegal, under penalty of $ 10 million per day fine to the unions responsible in the event of a strike.For the company and the agency, the oil strike, if it occurs, will be abusive, for offending fundamental rights of the whole society, and null, for bringing claims that are not labor, but political.The oil tankers ask, for example, the resignation of the current president of Petrobras, Pedro Parente.Tankers say strike will not aggravate fuel shortageThe movement of oil tankers occurs after nine days of truck stoppage, which resulted in a supply crisis in several Brazilian cities, especially fuel and food.A strike at this time, argues the AGU, would lead to a severe worsening of the situation in hospitals and schools, for example, as “the...
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