Temp setback in B.A.?
Nestor Miguel Gorojovsky
gorojovsky at SPAMinea.com.ar
Sat Jun 24 19:49:20 MDT 2000
En relación a Temp setback in B.A.?,
el 24 Jun 00, a las 0:43, Chris Brady dijo:
> ARGENTINA: PRESIDENT OVERRULED
> A labor court ruled to overturn a recent act of President
> Fernando de la Rúa to cut public service salaries by 12 to
> 15 percent as an austerity move to reduce the deficit and
> cut interest rates. The ruling came after recent labor strikes
> but is expected to be overturned by higher courts.
> Clifford Krauss (NYT) 24 June 2000
Underline the "Temp" in the subject line. There has also been another
ruling, by a different judge, declaring the act valid. While the
first ruling came from a Labor judge (in a country where Labor judges
are heavily discriminated against by the budget distributions, there
are even judges who lack office premises to work at), the second one
came from a Civil judge.
In the end, De la Rúa does not mind, because the whole thing will end
in the Supreme Court, and the Supreme Court is a bunch of shitbags
who have already endorsed a similar move by Menem, and will do the
In fact, the whole issue is anticonstitutional, but who cares.
Néstor Miguel Gorojovsky
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