The CTM defeats the union headed by Gómez Urritia in a dispute for a collective bargaining agreement

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The Mexican Workers Central defeated the Mining Union headed by Napoleón Gómez Urrutia in the headcount for the Collective Bargaining Agreement of the “Arneses PCK” company, headquartered in Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila.

The CTM obtained certification for handling the agreement by obtaining 1,184 votes against 1,018 votes for the Mining Union. In addition, there were 29 invalid votes for a total of 2,231 issued votes, as published today in the local newspaper, Zócalo.

The workers of Arneses PCK appeared to vote at the facilities of the Ministry of National Defense (Sedena) and the election session lasted until 9:00 pm.

Since the National Regeneration Movement (Morena) nominated Napoleón Gómez Urrutia as party-list proportional representation senator, Napito started a campaign in Coahuila to dispute the certification for handling the collective bargaining agreements of several companies.

In order to include other companies that do not belong to the steel industry, such as maquila industry companies, Napoleón Gómez recently formed the Workers International Central (CIT), which has already tried to penetrate maquila industry companies in Matamoros.

“We are not a government agency or an agency of the Morena political group. We coincide with this great transformation project and we will advance together, we will support everything that the labor arena represents toward labor justice, toward an advance in union democracy”, said Gómez Urrutia in the event in which the CIT was founded,