Doctors to enter indefinite strike in protest against government work mandate

Posted on March 29, 2012 • Filed under: Bolivia, Conflicts, Labor Issues, Latin America Health

The doctors rejected the eight hours of work, because he refuses a job conquest. They demand the repeal of the DS 1126 which was put into effect by the Government. A government decision to enforce the eight hour working day, the doctors responded to the indefinite national strike marks from today. The National Health Committee overwhelmingly rejected the new provision and also announced protests. Read Article

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