“Let others burn” seems to be the government’s strategy on the future of the bill aiming to limit wage bonuses to state employees.
The Presidential House preferred to leave the “hot potato” to the Legislative Assembly.
However, the executive branch denies indifference on the subject.
Labor organizations maintain the strike threat if reforms to restrict annual and exclusive-dedication advance payments continue.
This and other proposals are included in a bill to rationalize public spending that the opposition alliance decided to promote as part of the agreements that led to this group of political parties to control the Legislative Directory.