San Jose, July 25 (EFE) .- Officers of pathology at the Forensic Sciences Complex of Costa Rica resumed autopsies after five days of strike and began the The director of the Judicial Investigation Organization (OIJ), Walter Espinoza, indicated that a settlement was reached at dawn with the children. P>
Employees of legal medicine, who by "will and by an ethical command" resumed work. P>
"The process of returning bodies will be done gradually and as we move forward With the expert part of the autopsies that will start in the morning hours of today, "said Espinoza, who mentioned that they are dealing with more than 35 bodies. P>
The OIJ also requested the Public Force your collaboration to provide perimetral security to the department of legal medicine that will be working on performing autopsies in the Science Complex "The building is not taken, the comrades work voluntarily and absolutely free, there is no violence but the presence of a Public Force that provides security," he explained. P>
Judicial employees, about 13,000 according to their spokesmen, are on strike because the Costa Rican Legislative Assembly rejected the proposal of their union representatives As a basis for reforming the Pension and Retirement Regime of the Judiciary. P>
Workers are against raising the retirement age from 60 to 65 years and 30 years of I work the minimum period to retire.