Truckers trying to get back to work are harassed

Truckers trying to get back to work are harassed

Stoppage, however, continues for the ninth consecutive day on Tuesday (29) on federal and state highways.Government reports 557 blocking points

Truckers protest follows for the ninth consecutive day across the countryNilton Cardin / Estadão Content / 27.05.2018On the eighth day of shutdown - and one day after the government gave in and guaranteed a 60-day drop in diesel prices for 60 days, the newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo heard reports from transportation companies, fuel distributors and truck drivers claiming that strikers who want to go back to work are being harassed by some groups who want to keep up the demonstration.One of the largest cargo companies in the country reported to the report that there were "hindering attitudes" by some protesters, with physical aggression and depredation of trucks to those who wanted to travel.Although the orientation to employees is to resume deliveries, the strategy should only be adopted without exposing employees to risks, according to the company.Two of the country's largest fuel distributors said they had suffered similar situations.The companies told O Estado de Sao P...


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