‘Country’s owners:’ we don’t have a monopoly; high court: you do

Santo Domingo.- “The rights acquired above the yrs, our house attained on the foundation of get the job done and sacrifice, and the ideal to perform founded in the Structure, will be defended on the arena vital no matter of the effects,” truckers’ union (Fenatrado) boss Ricardo de los Santos warned Friday.

He denied that the truckers hold a monopoly on cargo transport.

De los Santos’ statement responds to the Constitutional Court docket ruling which upheld the Superior Administrative Court docket conclusion that declared “the existence of a monopoly in freight transport, which therefore violates the ideal to no cost organization, independence of movement and do the job.”

In the meantime the Nationwide Enterprise Council (CONEP), as plaintiff, praised the large Courtroom ruling, which aims to fix the transport company managed by Fenatrado, who’s typically violent strikes have earned the label of “the country’s proprietors.”

De los Santos explained Fenatrado doesn’t have a monopoly “because it is a union with 90,000 users, it’s not a male or a group.”

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