Ver Angola


Teachers start national strike this Wednesday

The teachers started, this Wednesday, with a national strike that will take place in an intercalated way until 23 January of the next year.


Thus, the strike will comprise three stages, with the first starting this Wednesday, November 23rd, and extending until next Wednesday, November 30th.

The other two phases, according to the National Union of Teachers (Sinprof), cited by Angop, are scheduled to take place in December and January. The second phase is scheduled to take place from December 6th to 16th while the third and final stage is scheduled to take place between January 3rd and 31st of the next year.

Cited by Angop, Guilherme Silva, president of the union, referred that the reason for the strike is the fact that the Government has not complied with some points of the claim sheet.

Here, he added, the regulation of mono-teaching in the fifth and sixth grades is highlighted, under subparagraph b, number 3 of article 27 of Law 32/20 of 12 August, which modifies the Basic Law of the Education and Teaching, writes Angop.

Among the demands are also school lunches, the integration of teachers who are in the career of middle technicians for careers suited to current academic skills, along with the promotion of agents who left without being promoted under the memorandum of understanding signed on April of the last year by the union and the Ministry of Education, among others.

In reaction to the announcement of the teachers' strike, the tutelage, through a statement, to which VerAngola had access, said that seven of the ten points in the notebook "have been resolved" and that three are "in progress, namely single-teaching, school lunch and promotions".


Permita anúncios no nosso site


Parece que está a utilizar um bloqueador de anúncios
Utilizamos a publicidade para podermos oferecer-lhe notícias diariamente.