Valladolid (EFE) the same, what it is for or how it should be justified, something that the UGT union is also studying.
This is how the general secretary of the CCOO in Castilla y León, Vicente Andrés, has advanced this Friday at a press conference on a firm in the matter of collective bargaining, who added that “they could be bribed and take them to jail” in the case to accept this subsidy that, on the other hand, has been requested by the CEOE employers, as its president, Santiago Aparicio, has recognized for his part.
“We are not going to fall into the trap of the extreme right to put an end to unionism,” added Andrés, who expressed in this way that the decision of the Ministry of Employment to remove the subsidy in this way for its institutional participation and not as it had been done since 2008, by name and via budgets, it is a “trap”.
For this reason, Andrés has warned that the Prosecutor’s Office must be aware that public money is being distributed “without any preconditions”, hence the CCOO is not willing to “accept dirty money”, as they prefer “not to take any risk”. . “We have not requested it, we only ask for what corresponds to us by law,” he added.
Meanwhile, his UGT counterpart, Faustino Temprano, has clarified that his union has also decided not to apply for this extraordinary subsidy that he has estimated at almost half a million euros because in the “order” section of the aid “it appears blank”, as in the “conditions” section.
For his part, the president of the regional CEOE has acknowledged that his organization has requested these funds since they are intended for “union and business organizations” and has estimated the amount of said aid at around 900,000 euros, that is, what that CCOO and UGT would receive jointly.
Apart from informing the Prosecutor’s Office of this fact, both union organizations have recalled that they have already opened the judicial process through the Administrative Litigation channel.
They ask that Manueco intervene
For all these reasons, the workers’ unions have demanded the president of the Board and the Social Dialogue Council, Alfonso Fernández Mañueco, to intervene in this situation and in the face of the “continuous insults” of the Employment Minister, Mariano Veganzones (Vox), who He is “making a fool of himself at all levels.”
“Here it is not whoever wants to hurt, but who can,” said Andrés, who has expressed that for them, that the counselor continually calls them “comegambas” “slips” them, since it is “ridiculous.”
However, both the UGT and the CCOO have described the situation as “unsustainable” and have asked for a reflection on the support of this Government: “They have to correct this man and get him out of the Government”, Andrés added. EFE