Teachers from the United Union of Education Workers of Peru (Sutep) march through the streets of Cercado de Lima on Tuesday to protest the violation of President Pedro Castillo’s campaign promises.
Lucio Castro, General Secretary Suteppointed to RPP news that their demands were not met by the government, and claimed that this was why they were mobilizing.
“The main reason is the requirement to fulfill election promises, we are very worried about the rise in the cost of living, which always directly affects workers. We have specific demands, such as raising teachers’ salaries, appointing teachers, attention to the unemployed and pensioners who have an unworthy pension, and a guarantee of compliance with the Constitution, which establishes 6% of GDP for education,” he said.
They issue a warning to Castillo
In addition, Lucio Castro warned that if the president Peter’s castle does not fulfill his election promises, then the mobilization will spread to the national level and they will seek to remove him from the government.
“The truth is that in the country the conflict tends to spread and escalate, and the discontent of the workers tends to increase. Lock, we have to take him out if he doesn’t mend his ways and mend and deliver on his campaign promises,” he said.
The organization employs over 300,000 teachers. Sutep that they will honor this mobilization today and ensure that this march does not involve the cancellation or suspension of underage classes.
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