Despite the current State of Exception and threats from government officials, workers' organizations come out to march on 1 of May

It is 1 of May, International Workers Day, labor organizations separately celebrate this important and traditional international event.

Organizations opposed to the government defy the exception regime and threats from officials and march on 1 May Labor Day.
Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora

The Savior – It is 1 of May, International Workers Day, labor organizations separately celebrate this important and traditional international event.

A rally called by the Minister of Labor of the government of President Nayib Bukele and another march called by organizations critical of and opposed to the government.

Despite the campaign of the Minister of Labor, Rolando Castro, linking opposition organizations with gang groups and threats to capture some political leaders for allegedly committing Apology of Crime, by summoning relatives of captured people to participate in the march.

The organizations did not give in to the campaign of fear, so they went out to march in the main streets of the Salvadoran capital and gathered in front of the Cathedral Church.

Meanwhile, organizations related to the government met in a hotel in the capital to learn about the announcements offered by the labor minister, aimed at benefiting the working class, although they are not officially known, although they could be related to the increase in the minimum wage and the issue of pensions.

Until the closing of this note, in the morning hours, no incidents reported, despite the fact that police controls have been deployed at various points on the highways and the State of Exception is still in force.