After the Executive announce that it will question before the Constitutional Court (TC) the legality of the laws on Fonavi and collective bargaining in the public sector; both the fonavistas and the state workers were dissatisfied, since they consider that this is a demonstration of not wanting to respect their rights.
As they point out, both standards were drawn up in compliance with the sentence issued by the highest interpreter of our Constitution.
Luis Luzuriaga, president of the National Federation of Fonavistas, was outraged by the arguments of the Minister of Economy and Finance, Waldo Mendoza, since they would not be adjusting to the truth.
In dialogue with La República, Luzuriaga clarified that Since November 2019 the payments to the phonavistas have stopped after the TC declared unconstitutional the calculation for the return of the contributionsFor this reason, he points out that it is false that they have been paralyzed by the law promulgated by insistence by Parliament.
“The lists were not continued because The TC in various sentences determined that the money had to be delivered in accordance with Law 29625 and not to the law of S / 10, “said the representative of the fonavistas.
The Republic consulted the MEF if they ratified their statements, but at the end of this edition they did not give us an answer.
The leader also rejected that the law will return around 50 times China’s GDP.
He explained that the MEF itself indicated that the total contributions of workers, employers, construction companies and suppliers, applying the Consumer Price Index, amounted to just over S / 42,008 million. However, S / 31,692 million of legal interest is added to this amount, so the total amount to be returned would be S / 73,700 million.
On the other hand, state workers expressed that the collective bargaining rule is not a threat to public finances.
José Sandoval, spokesman for the Front of State Workers of Peru, specified that the collective bargaining law does not involve an additional expense, since the same rule indicates that labor agreements will be based on the public budget that each entity has.
“What Congress has done is an act of justice. The TC has issued judgments in everything that is collective bargaining, it does not make sense to take it to court again, “Sandoval added.
Lawsuit to CAS law in process
The Constitutional Court reported that it unanimously admitted the unconstitutionality claim against Law No. 31131, which eliminates the CAS regime in the public sector.
This norm, which has also been questioned by the Executive, orders that CAS workers move to the 276 or 728 regime progressively over a period of five years.
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