New virus alliance cancels spring rally on March 3 at 5:28 on February 19
Following the spread of the new coronavirus, the Alliance has decided to cancel its largest rally, scheduled for next month, on March 3, when the negotiations for spring fighting are over.
The Kotono Spring struggle has virtually started last month, and labor-management negotiations are underway to see how much momentum for wage increases can be maintained and how Japanese-style employment such as seniority-based wages should be.
The Alliance usually holds a rally of over 1,000 union members in early March, when negotiations are closing, but according to stakeholders, there is concern about the spread of the new coronavirus, It means that we have decided to cancel the largest rally scheduled for next month.
In addition, several unions, such as unions made by employees of taxi and bus companies, have already decided to cancel rally meetings that were to be held individually.
An official of the Alliance said, "The absence of a place for consensus on gathering is not an issue, but it is an emergency. The Alliance will engage in more negotiations on a spring fight than before." You.