December 6, 2022

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After nearly three months of strike, central bank servers have decided to go on strike

After nearly three months of strike, central bank servers have decided to go on strike

The central bank servers, which have been restless for nearly three months, decided to keep the strike until next Monday (4).

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The central bank servers, which have been on strike for nearly three months, decided to keep the strike until next Monday (4). The category decided to remain suspended until the last possible day to grant the salary increases stipulated in the Financial Responsibility Law.

According to the National Federation of BC Employees (Sinal), on the fourth day, the servers will make a virtual act of appreciation of the profession through protests against the intransigence in the position of the head of the institution, Roberto Campos Neto. On Tuesday (5), a new council will be held to determine the direction of the strike.

Financial Responsibility Law

Under the Fiscal Responsibility Act, Congress will have to approve, by June 30, amendments that replace losses with inflation, but the law must go into effect on July 4. However, to meet this deadline, the government has to send the bill (PL) or temporary measure to Congress at the end of May or the first week of June.

Claims

The strike began on April 1, but was suspended between April 20 and May 2, in a “vote of confidence” for the head of the central bank and in an effort to advance negotiations with the government. However, there was no news that the strike would resume on 3 May.

In this way, central bank employees are demanding compensation for inflationary losses in recent years, which amounted to 27%. They also ask for a designation change from analyst to auditor, and higher education requirements for technicians to join the body.

Disabled services

With the strike, there was a delay in the disclosure of the daily Ptax rate, which kept the financial market in constant interest, as well as the suspension of regular disclosures by the central bank, such as the Focus Bulletin, exchange flow data, and fiscal statistics credit and the external sector. However, the Pix and the Brazilian Propulsion System (SPB) are operating normally.

On the other hand, special projects, such as the expansion of open banking and the second phase of consultations to withdraw forgotten values, have been suspended.

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