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University professors closed parity 2022 above inflation

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The meeting was held at the headquarters of the Ministry of Education of the Nation and was chaired by the minister Jaime Perczyk, who offered university professors an additional 2.8% to the 2% adjustment already agreed for March.

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In this way, the 2022 parity was closed and university teachers ended up with an increase of 2% above inflation (which accumulated a sum of 94.8% in the twelve months of last year).


“The total adjustment for the 2022 parity period reaches 96.8%, two points above inflation,” explained the general secretary of FAGDUT, Norberto Heyacaand said that “this achievement for university teaching was the result of much effort, dialogue, and commitment from both parties”, the union and the Ministry of Education.


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“Nobility obliges today we can say that the Government fulfilled the promise of bringing our salaries a few points above inflation for the year,” acknowledged the teacher leader.

In addition, the head of the “technological” teachers explained that for this year they are also planning to make “short joint agreements” in order to “not lose purchasing power.”

“We prefer to hold many negotiation tables with the Government and make short-term salary agreements, so that the wave of inflation does not pass over us,” Heyaka explained.


The joint meeting took place at noon in the Vera Peñaloza Room of the National Ministry of Education and it was headed by the Minister of Education, Jaime Perczyk, together with the Secretary of University Policies, Oscar Alpa, and representatives of the National Interuniversity Council .

On the university teaching side, the FAGDUT partners, Ing. Norberto Heyaca, Ing. Ricardo Mozzi and Lic. José Gabriele participated, together with the other union federations CONADU, CONADU Histórica, FEDUN, CTERA and UDA.

Source: Ambito

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