RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The elite public service plans to strike in early 2022 in an attempt to negotiate a pay raise to offset losses to inflation. The calendar of assemblies and strikes was set at a meeting held Wednesday, December 29, by the Permanent National Forum of State Careers (FONACATE), which represents 37 associations and unions totaling 200,000 public servants.
With salaries frozen since 2017, servants of bodies such as the Office of the Comptroller General (CGU), the Federal Revenue and the Federal Treasury plan to step up protests in January to pressure the government. The first national . . .