In a press conference, the Minister of Economy and Finance, Oscar Grahamannounced that Heavy cargo carriers will continue with stoppages scheduled for this Monday, June 27, The chief said that he held several meetings with the leaders but no agreement was reached.
“After three intensive talks with the carriers, in which the MTC, MEF, MINSA, MTPE, PCM team have participated, and after reaching a number of agreements in terms of transport rules and regulations as well as economic measures, the fact that Notwithstanding that these consensus are also accepted by (some) union representatives sitting at the negotiating table, Today we have not reached an agreement with cargo transport unions. We regret that we intend to continue with this pause announced for tomorrow.” Graham said at a news conference.
have a different panorama interprovincial transport, because he struck a deal with the executive and postponed tomorrow’s strike. Martin Ojeda, the director of the National Land Transport Council, told La Repubblica that the Pedro Castillo government had accepted the proposal. However, he respected the decision of his heavy-handed peers to reject the proposed measures.
“After several attempts at negotiations with carriers and the Ministries of Transport, Energy and Mines, Health, Labor and members of the PCM, A series of agreements were reached, which have been accepted by inter-provincial transportGraham said.
What agreements were reached between the inter-provincial carrier and the executive?
According to Graham’s statements and signed minutes, to which La Repubblica had access, the executive promised to prepare a bill to amend his withdrawal. Selective Consumption Tax (ISC) So that it is increased from 53% to 70%, which will remain till 2025. Similarly, the penalty for accessing this benefit will not be considered a requirement and will be extended to regional inter-provincial passenger transport.
There is another issue raised. expanding the application of the benefits of Fuel Price Stabilization Fund (FEPC) Through the Supreme Order. This measure would make it possible to increase the compensation for diesel to S/1.49 per gallon (with S/1.76.). tub) for two months, with which the State will compensate cargo and passenger service carriers with an aggregate S/5 per gallon.
For four months, a temporary subsidy will also be established through an emergency decree of 40% of the amount of interprovincial transport tolls of national and regional passengers up to a maximum of 50 units per company.