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At the current rate of negotiations, now would be a opportune time to boost bike and car sharing programs within the capital city as commuters are left to find alternative transportation for a second work week.

Subway workers’ breakaway union (AGTSyP) secretary-general Roberto Pianelli assured this morning that as far as the strike is entering its tenth day, Metrovías company refused to accept the minimum requirements they asked, and aimed also to BA City Mayor Macri “He [Macri] may find the conflict extension highly convenient for him.”

During a radio interview, Pianelli repeated that “it would be very simple to resolve the whole issue. It will just take a few minutes, but there’s no intention to provide a solution whatsoever.”

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