Cargo Solidarity “repeats the words that the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs has no authority or discretion”
On the 28th, Minister of Public Administration and Security Lee Sang-min announces the formation of a large response center and the response status of all operating departments and future response plans in response to the joint transport refusal of the cargo unity in the briefing room. from the Seoul Government Complex. 2022.11.28 Yonhap News” style=”padding: 0px;margin:0px”>
Talks between the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport and the cargo union, held for the first time since the KCTU public transport cargo union headquarters (cargo union) went on general strike, have broken down. Both sides decided to meet again on the 30th to continue the negotiations, but the discussion is unlikely to progress easily due to the major disagreement over the safe price system.
On the 28th, the cargo union released a statement immediately after the negotiations broke down, saying, “We entered the negotiations with a forward-looking attitude to resolve this issue as soon as possible through dialogue with the government.” I will report to the President’s office, but the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport has no authority or discretion in this matter,’ he said again, and then left before the discussions ended.”
The cargo union said, “We asked the government to withdraw the business start-up order and the position of the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs on the part where we can discuss the cargo union’s request in practice.” he explained. “The response of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport to the position of the cargo union in the negotiations was that there was nothing that the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport could answer,” he stressed.
The Cargo Solidarity said, “We decided to continue the conversation on the 30th.” Please participate in the conversation with sincerity.”
The Korean Confederation of Trade Unions also stressed in a statement that day, “First apologize for driving the situation to disaster,” and “a general strike by the cargo unions and refusal to ship are legitimate rights of workers.”
He strongly criticized the government’s review of the start-up order. The government plans to review the publication of the business start-up order at a cabinet meeting on the 29th.
The Korean Confederation of Trade Unions said, “The order to start work is a very dangerous idea, and the government will guarantee the interests of chaebol and conglomerate carriers.” he demanded.
Correspondent Hong In-gi