The Special Commission on the Rights of Workers and Social Security will meet this afternoon to discuss the reform of the Telecommunications Act, which would transfer to the State 12% of the profits of Claro and Movistar employees
Fausto Cayambe, Assemblyman for Alianza País and a member of the Committee, said that before discussing the reform, the 11 members of the commission must “have knowledge” about the amendment.
“We do not know the project formally. Once we know it, we will elaborate the schedule for the involved actors in the issue”, he said.
Franco Fernandez, representative of Claro workers, said that they planned to meet with representatives of Movistar employees. At that meeting, they would define whether to attend the session of the Legislative Commission.
“We will discuss if we will go tomorrow (today) to submit a letter with the request to file the draft Reformatory Law”, Fernandez said.