Sinaloa.- A total of 25 workers of the City Council of Escuinapa they have retired in the current administration, in which a monthly expense close up of 2 million pesos and that they have had to be replaced, reported Saúl Acosta Alemán, secretary of the City Council.
Acosta Alemán explained that in the current administration approximately 25 workers who have completed their 20 years of service in the municipality have been processed, which is why the list of retirees has increased.
He said he received a list of about seven pending workers last week. Of those, two are unionized and the rest are trusted.
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Work is carried out in the order of how they are requested and who has the longest tenure, to speed up the issue of the pensions of the widows of union members and police officers.