The Cargo Solidarity of the People's Trade Unions protests for the second day in Cheongju… Police “Strong Response”

SPC Samlip Cheongju Plant in Songjeong-dong, Heungdeok-gu, Cheongju-si, Chungcheongbuk-do, on the 23rd Nearby, union members of the Confederation of Trade Unions’ Freight Solidarity are holding a demonstration. Provided by readers

About 300 members of the Freight Solidarity of the Trade Unions of Trade Unions, SPC Samrip Cheongju, Songjeong-dong, Heungdeok-gu, Cheongju-si, Chungcheongbuk-do

According to the Chungbuk National Police Agency on the 24th, Cheongju City issued an administrative order to ban gatherings and demonstrations. Despite this, about 300 people are promoting a large-scale rally at the Cargo Regiment Headquarters. The police are planning to take strong measures in case of an overcrowding reported at the meeting place by using available experience and equipment.
The union members were scheduled to participate in the resolution contest in front of the SPC Samlip Sejong Plant the day before. However, when Sejong City issued an administrative order to ban gatherings of more than 50 people, it was reported that they moved to Cheongju. He even fought with the police as he tried to block the entry of the truck in front. However, it was reported that there were no major clashes. got off Cheongju City also filed a complaint to the police against the organizers of the rally the day before for violating the Act on the Prevention and Management of Infectious Diseases. 450 people, including riot police and detectives from Daegu, Jeonbuk, and other places, are in charge of on-site safety management. The forced dissolution has been postponed due to safety issues. went on a refusal strike. Problems related to logistics in the Honam area and the re-routing of the delivery routes are the starting point. it became On the 21st, union member A was also arrested on charges of obstructing the operation of a truck carrying Paris Baguette products.
Police An official said, “Considering that the spread of the novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19) mutant virus is a time of great concern, we ask that the assembly be held legally.”

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