Luz y fuerza del centro recibo
consultation of electricity bills
The purpose of the plan was to take control of Luz y Fuerza’s infrastructure, which not only allowed it to bring electricity to the most densely populated area with the highest income level in the country. Thanks to its copper network of more than 1,100 kilometers, it also had the capacity to provide data and telephone services at a low cost.
A month later, on November 23, eleven retired women workers began a hunger strike demanding the revocation of the decree to extinguish Luz y Fuerza del Centro and the reinstatement of all its workers. The fast ended on December 9 under the condition of installing a negotiation table and real dialogue.
The day before, the Union received a letter informing it of a Dialogue Commission made up of José Narro Robles, then Rector of UNAM; José Enrique Villa Rivera, General Director of the Polytechnic; as well as Senators Carlos Navarrete, Manlio Fabio Beltrones and Gustavo Madero, coordinators of the PRD, PRI and PAN benches, respectively. The commission of notables, they called it.
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Among the recitals of the decree, the media highlighted the following: the large budgetary transfers of fiscal resources; the costs of the agency (which double its sales revenues); the results reported lower than those of companies or agencies that provide the same service on an international scale, and also those reported by the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE); a labor liability of 240 billion pesos, of which approximately 33% correspond to active workers, and 67% to retirees; a percentage of energy losses higher than those reported by the CFE and by electric companies worldwide -without specifying the parameters of such comparison.
In the following days, the media opened spaces for the expression of different voices. On the one hand, those who applauded the presidential decision, arguing the productive, technical and financial insolvency of the agency, due to: the theft of electricity from service users; the extortion of authorities and companies by the union (i.e. union corruption); the deficit subsidized with fiscal resources; and the inefficiency of the agency, among others.
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He argued that before doing so, the Federal Conciliation and Arbitration Board (Junta Federal de Conciliación y Arbitraje, JFCA) will have to issue a new award, adhering to what this court ruled, since it had resolved to terminate the labor relations and now it will have to reverse this decision by court order, explained the lawyer.
For the lawyer, this resolution evidences that the separation of these workers from their jobs was unjustified in the process of the extinction of LFC, which is the great achievement of which President Felipe Calderón boasts. It is an important setback for the end of this government’s six-year term, he said.
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On October 10, the President of Mexico, Felipe Calderón Hinojosa, decreed the extinction and liquidation of “Luz y Fuerza del Centro” as of the first minute of the 11th, under arguments contrasted with the good results of the Federal Electricity Commission, in which the resources received by Luz y Fuerza are increasingly onerous without reflecting an improvement in the quality of service, with increasingly higher costs. The Mexican government announced that it would proceed with the liquidation of the workers as of October 14, The case against Luz y Fuerza del Centro was brought by labor lawyer Humberto Cavazos, together with his lawyer, Humberto Cavazos.
The Mexican government announced that it would proceed with the liquidation of the workers as of October 14. The case against Luz y Fuerza del Centro was brought by labor lawyer Humberto Cavazos, together with his firm Cavazos Flores, S.A.
On July 5, 2010, the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation upheld the constitutionality of the decree to extinguish Luz y Fuerza del Centro, by recognizing and upholding the powers of the President of Mexico to issue the administrative act that disappeared that decentralized agency. On October 13, 2009, the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation upheld the constitutionality of the decree to extinguish Luz y Fuerza del Centro.
On October 13, 2009, the Ministry of Energy confirms that the Federal Electricity Commission is in charge of operations such as generating, supplying and commercializing electric energy in the central zone of the country, which includes Hidalgo, Puebla, Morelos, State of Mexico and the Federal District.[28