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Díaz reaffirms his commitment to repeal the labor reform “despite the resistance”

“We are going to repeal the labor reform, despite all the resistance, which there is and there are many,” said the head of United We Can in the Executive at the closing of the 12th CCOO Congress.

The Second Vice President and Minister of Labor of the Government of Spain, Yolanda Diaz, has reaffirmed this Saturday, at the 12th Confederal Congress of Workers’ Commissions (CCOO), its commitment to repeal the labor reform of the Popular Party “despite all the resistance, which exists, and there are many.”

“Despite all those people who, wherever they are, have never had the intention of altering the precarious labor model that the right wing has imposed in our country. I know you know what the labor reform is (…). Precariousness, that injustice, is the labor reform and that is what we want to repeal definitively, “Diaz insisted before the CCOO union delegates.

The minister has assured that her portfolio will advance in the “definitive modernization” of the labor market and will continue with the dialogue tables. Likewise, he thanked the union, which he referred to as the “common home” in which he grew up, for the “hundreds of proposals, of shared hours.”

“We are going to face a task that has never been done in our country in more than 40 years. We are not going to stop at the labor reform. We have even more ambition, we want to go further and we want to do it with whoever lifts this country every day,” he said. manifested.

United We askedl PSOE, its coalition partners, an urgent meeting after criticizing the interference of the First Vice President of the Government and Minister of Economy, Nadia Calviño, in Diaz’s powers. The President of the Government of Spain, Pedro SanchezHe assured this Friday, at a press conference in Brussels, that there is no interference by Calviño in the negotiation on the labor reform, as it is a matter that concerns the entire Executive.

Baracaldés Unai Sordo has renewed in today’s Congress his mandate as Secretary General until 2025.

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