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The deputies sent this initiative for 2024 (although it suits us), since they asked to add the points reached in the open parliament in which businessmen and workers participated.
Although the initiative to reduce the working day to 40 hours per week was shot down by legislators (for the moment), it is good to know the position of those who sign the checks. Well, apparently two of the richest men in the country are going on opposite sides. Carlos Slim says no, Carlos Bremer says yes.
“Earn much more and live much better or work less and earn less?”: Carlos Slim
““I believe that it is better for people to work 48 and earn more than to work 40 and earn less,” Carlos Slim pointed out regarding the initiative to reduce the working day… leaving many with the look of “wait a minute, that’s not how it works… or is it?” Well, we will go into that until 2024, when the discussion of the proposal is resumed by legislators.
“It is very important for the population to have a better income to have greater purchasing power, and this is what has been achieved“added the tycoon when asked about the issue, after accompanying AMLO to the inauguration of the Tulúm International Airport. “What is better? Earn much more and live much better or work less and earn less?“, Carlos Slim questioned the reporter from The Day.
“You can achieve the same work capacity and dedicate more time to values and family”: Carlos Bremer
A bit in response to the very talented businessman, is what another Charly with a lot of money said: Carlos Bremer. Although with a shark mentality, he recognized that there would be nothing wrong with making the working class go from working 48 hours a week to “only” 40.
“You can achieve the same objectives, the same work capacity, and dedicate more time to values and family,” assured Carlos Bremer, who, although he acknowledged that he has not analyzed the initiative in depth, He did not at all insinuate that reducing working hours implies making workers receive less salary: If they obtain the same results, they should earn the same… even if there are fewer “butt hours.”
Well, there are the comments of two of the country’s fattest businessmen. Let’s see if the new members of the Chamber of Deputies take them into account (especially those from Bremer, hehe). But that will not be until 2024, because the discussion of the initiative that seeks to reduce the working day has already been planned for this year… which because we must add the conclusions that were given in the open parliament.
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