Montevideo, September 26 (EFE) .- The Uruguayan Labor and Social Security Minister Ernesto Murro described today as a "very serious and unusual" event the aggression against a rural (province) of Salto, in the north of the country, who reported having received a beating when claiming overtime. p>
"(It is) a very serious and unusual event in our country that if confirmed, we are condemning and working for the purpose of seeking the best resolution possible, "said the head of the Ministry of Labor and Social Security (MTSS). P>
On September 20, a rural peon from the "Flor de Ceibo" establishment, located in Salto, reported to the police that he had been a victim of physical aggression on Monday, the same month. p>
The worker suffered a fractured rib and injuries to his body after claiming overtime. p>
a foreman and one of the owners of the establishment. " p>
The portfolio was notified of the aggression in the early hours of Tuesday and immediately ordered an inspection in the room where Murro stated that, after obtaining the authorization of a judge, the Ministry went to the establishment to carry out an inspection, accompanied by p>
The member of the National Union of Salaried Workers, Rural Workers and Allied Workers (Unatra), César Rodríguez, assured Efe that the aggression took place after the p>
The Uruguayan trade union center, the PIT-CNT, repudiated on Tuesday the aggression, as well as the Rural Association of Uruguay that issued a statement in which he repudiated "absolutely and with total severity, any act of violence in any of its forms".