The IRS Auditors-Collectors will hold an indefinite strike starting on June 18. This was the main decision of the National Board Class held on May 30. Three thousand, two hundred and five auditors participated in the vote. The largest attendance in the Board since the 2008 Annual Wage Campaign, when it comes to matters pertaining to the mobilization of the Class. If considered the amount of Auditors-Collectors on vacation and working remotely, it’s fair to say that about 50% of the Class who could participate in the Board was present and were heard.
The members approved with 97.47% of votes to carry out mobilization warning on June 12 and 13. As defined by the Board, the protest will be made with standard operation in the primary zone and zero credit in the secondary zone, as a protest strategy, a proposal which received 97.69% of the votes.
The indefinite strike starting on June 18 has received 78.80% of voters approval. That is, the adherence to the movement is absolute. The Auditors-Collectors are not willing to wait indefinitely for a Government proposal. The Class demands acknowledgment and will use every mean to achieve their goal.
The Board determined that the strike to be initiated on the 18th will take place within the division and point signature (89.98%). Finally, the Auditors-Collectors approved the holding of a National Council session focusing on the National Wage Campaign, on June 26 and 27 (85.97%), in São Paulo, with the Fund Mobilization resources (85.53%). Furthermore, 68.05% of voters decided not to carry out extraordinary effort for international events during the mobilization.
The numbers of the Board leave no doubt about the outrage of the IRS Auditors-Collectors. The Class now expects the Executive to recognize the commitment of all those who make the IRS, even in times of crisis, to meet targets and generates record of collection, leaving the national economy in a comfortable position in relation to the international scene.