Brazil’s Truck drivers meet in Brasilia to discuss a single agenda

Leaders linked to the truckers' movement, who held actions in favor of the Bolsonaro government and against the Supreme Court, were not invited to the meeting.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Entities that represent truck drivers will meet this Saturday, 18th, in Brasilia, in a national meeting called "In search of unification of struggles and survival of the category".

According to the leaders who are organizing the event, the objective will be to debate a single plan for the road carriers, including independent and contracted carriers.

The meeting will put on the table entities that frequently diverge in calling for strikes, such as the Brazilian Association of Automotive Vehicle Drivers (Abrava) and the National Council of Road Cargo Transportation (CNTRC), which, together with the National Confederation of . . .

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