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between the Mayor and the Chicago police, the iron arm is engaged: up to half Police from the city could be placed on leave without pay in case they refuse to reveal if they have been vaccinated against CVIV-19, at the time the city beats crime records.
The proof between the mayor, Lori Lightfoot, and the leader of the police union, John Catanzara, made Chicago the last place to meet in the heart of the debate on the law of the authorities to impose vaccines.
Lori Lightfoot gave workers employed by the third largest city until Friday midnight to say whether they received a vaccine - if they are not immunized, they must be tested every week.
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Those who refuse to unveil this information are a few days to explain itself, but explain itself to be placed on leave without pay before after being dismissed.
"I can not stay arms crossed while the speech of the regulators threatens the health and safety of residents of Chicago", police and rescuers, said Ms. Lightfoot in a later news release.
But Mr. Catanzara, who is at the head of the "Fraternal Order of Police" in Chicago, called his 13,000 members not to be done and keep their vaccine status for them.
and with murders and shootings up, he thinks he has the top.
"I can guarantee you that the non-pay status will not last more than 30 days," he told members of the union in a broadcast on Tuesday, stating that it would affect half or more agents.
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"It is impossible that they are able to maintain a 50% font service of its capacity or less for more than seven days without yielding on something," he said.
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According to Chicago managers, who do not hide their concern, Mr. Catanzara could be right.
Because the city is again in the United States for the number of murders, with 639 homicides this year until October 13, up 55% compared to two years ago.
Fusillages increased by 68% compared to two years ago: 2.866 were recorded on October 13, according to Chicago Police.
Add to that 1.295 car robbeles until October 7th. What to provoke the malaise in many.
A leader of the city, Anthony Napolitano, a former police officer who supports the union's position, says police workforce are already amputated from a thousand agents because of a record number of retirements. and a lack of new hirings.
"The criminals (...) know what's going on," he said Wednesday to Chicago Sun-Times. "It's going to be the fight".
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Mr. Catanzara threatened to launch legal proceedings, saying that his union would try to temporarily block the application of the measure.
But Thursday night, the city of Chicago filed an injunction against him.
In a statement, Ms. Lightfoot claimed that he had "deliberately misleading, again and again, our policemen by led to the rules of the measure, and having falsely said that there would be no repercussions If the agents did not comply with it and refused to follow the guidelines or orders of the city ".
The mayor also recalled that the state law and the union contract, forbade the strike font.
She accused Mr. Catanzara to "encourage an illegal strike and work stoppage that could affect public safety and expose our residents to irreparable damage, especially during a pandemic."
Mr. Catanzara did not respond to requests from AFP. The
Covid-19 was the main cause of police deaths in the US in 2020, and this is still the case in 2021 so far, according to the Officer Down Memorial Page, which lists the deaths of police officers .
And this despite the fact that the police were among the first groups to have access to vaccines.
One of Mr. Catanzara predecessors Dean Angelo, head of syndicate 2014 to 2017, died Tuesday of Covid.
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