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Brazilian unions warm motors for June general strike

Brazilian unions protested today in Brazil against the reforms of Brazilian President Michel Temer and prepared the ground in the face of the general strike convened for the next 30 June.

Sao Paulo, June 20 (EFE) .- Brazilian unions protested today in Brazil against the reforms of Brazil's President Michel Temer and prepared the ground in the face of the general strike Called for June 30.

The largest concentration took place in Sao Paulo, where about three hundred people concentrated in the center of the city to denounce the risks of The economic measures proposed by the Brazilian Executive to balance the public accounts.

Trade unions have been pressing for months to prevent the passage of the reform of the Retirement and pension system, as well as the modification of the labor rules, a proposal that today was rejected by a Senate committee.

The project of labor reform was Rejected by votes of some lawmakers of the pro-government base opposed to this initiative, but will continue in process even with the recommendation of the Senate commission.

The unions Are opposed to a reform that considers that, in an environment of recession like the one that Brazil has lived for two years, it can aggravate the unemployment and that will allow the companies to replace employees

The Temer project, among other things, gives precedence to agreements between employees and companies over and above the legislation itself, regulates the working day.

The unions took advantage today of the "Day of mobilization in June of fighting" to summon the citizens in the face of the general strike, which is Scheduled for next 30 days.

The Brazilian president, who is against the ropes after being accused of corruption, already faced last April 28 a strike that ended With major riots in Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.

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