Granada, (EFE).- Six of the seven seasonal workers that the UPA Granada hired in Morocco as a pilot experience for the asparagus season, and who would concatenate this work with the strawberry harvest in Huelva, have fled.
The general secretary of UPA Granada, Nicolás Chica, explained to EFE that the seasonal workers arrived to work on an asparagus campaign that was diminished by the lack of rain. And as a pilot experience to guarantee the necessary manpower in years with normal production.
They stayed in the Agrolachar facilities prepared 16 years ago to accommodate 450 people hired in Romania. And they had been updated for this temp.
The procedures were carried out with the collaboration of UPA Huelva and the Sub-delegation of the Government of the two provinces. And he took advantage of the fact that the asparagus campaign ends when the Huelva strawberry begins to extend his contracts.
However, three of the seasonal workers escaped on the third day of their stay in Spain, the same steps followed by three other hired workers.
Activated the bodies and security forces
“We had resorted to a bag that was opened in a pandemic and in which there were still workers to expedite deadlines, a hopeful project for other years but that has not turned out as we expected,” Chica pointed out.
As the newspaper ‘Ideal’ from Granada has advanced this Sunday, his flight is reported to the Government Sub-delegation. That he has activated the security forces and bodies and they have rescinded their work and residence permits.
The seventh day laborer has already been transferred to Huelva, a province where she will join a job in strawberry.
“It has been a learning experience for all of us that we will use for the next campaigns, although with our sights set on other countries”, has admitted the general secretary of UPA Granada, who has advanced that they will look at countries further away and with a lower percentage of leaks, especially from Central and South America. EFE