Rodolfo Hernández, a candidate for the presidency, started a debate for himself about the number of working hours in Colombia should he win the election. Inside Facebook Live Marelen Castillo, with her vice-presidential formula, said she would have the government in ten hours of work that would start at 6 a.m. and end at 4 p.m.
“It’s not drinking red wine and talking with a straw, talking on a cell phone, going to the bathroom, no, not working from 6 a.m. to 4-5 p.m., let’s see,” said Hernández. In this area, he added, will be half an hour for lunch (Rodolfo Hernández – Petro: Tax offers in Colombia)
“What will be a 10 hour workday @CastilloMarelen
and I reach the presidency, so that 4 calendar years of administration becomes 6,” Hernández reassured about his proposal.
However, with his statement, a discussion broke out after his opponents commented that he would change his working day by looking for an opportunity.
Indeed, his rival, Gustavo Petro, said: “The 10-hour day is nothing but the exploitation of the worker and the worker. as it was done in the nineteenth century, in the age of savage capitalism. There is a certain economic leadership with the candidate who wants to lead the people to a new slavery.”
However, other sectors commented that the engineer’s proposal was only for public employees. There is also another aspect that he thinks refers only to his work as president and for his government team.
The proposal was made during a live broadcast last Sunday, June 5, where he outlined what the government style would be.
“What he has to do is get up at 4 am,” Hernández told the presidential key.” and start work from 6 in the morning.
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aspiring to action Anti-Corruption Executives Association He also stated that it is preferred that office exits do not coincide with rush hours in order not to increase traffic congestion in cities.
“We have to do this, and half an hour for lunch because more than half an hour is enough for them to eat spiky bocachico so they spend more time,” he added.
During the meeting, the vice-presidential candidate marelen castle He told Hernández: “He won’t let me sleep because of the Colombians.”
“We will work for Colombia from 6 am to 4-5 pm. It must be defined. For 4 calendar years to be almost 6 years, that is, they pay us 4 years, and we work with this intensity to transform this period between 5 and a half to 6 years,” he said.