The Government delegate, Virginia Barcones, has made ugly the "partial meetings" of the Junta de Castilla y León and has defended that the Government of Spain worked and works at the "highest level" to find a solution to the "critical situation" of Siro, since it acts in an "active and proactive" way to achieve a financial and investment option and overcome the time factor.
Barcones has been surprised by the attitude of the regional administration, which is nothing like that taken at other times, such as the Vestas crisis with Juan Vicente Herrera at the head, he said. From institutional loyalty, she has stated that everyone is trying to walk together to find a solution, so President Alfonso Fernández Mañueco is welcome to "do something", even if he calls meetings
partial without the presence of all the actors involved, he added, in statements collected by Ical.
During his visit to Palencia at an informative breakfast on the Agrifood PERTE, he stated that this scenario requires other actions, who pointed out that he did not understand "what kind of interests there are to call partial meetings and only invite certain people." “And one day they will explain it to us, but we are focused on what is important,” said Barcones.
In that sense, he recalled that the central Executive is "absolutely involved" and has not lost a single second throughout these days and during the weekend, hand in hand with the many actors involved. “We understand the concern of the workers, of the families and we are working to reach a solution that maintains employment and productive activity”, he pointed out.
In addition, the Government delegate has stressed that the main objective is to find a way that brings all the parties to agreement to "preserve the condition of the workers, who are the weakest party and the one that suffers the worst consequences." And it is that, the situation is critical and complex since it was about a business group and not about a productive unit, she has added.