Castilla y León voted yesterday against the agreement to improve the quality of residences and the Dependency Care System, which was approved by only one vote, due to the introduction of last minute modifications without agreement or consensus that are not « admissible" and because it considers that the funding is not adequate.
The Ministry of Family and Equal Opportunities expressed itself in this way after the extraordinary meeting of the plenary session of the Territorial Council of Social Services and the System for Autonomy and Dependency Care (SAAD), in which it was initially going to abstain in the vote of this agreement, but which he finally rejected.
The department headed by Isabel Blanco explained that during the meeting it was suggested that the agreement must be endowed with "sufficient and stable" financing that allows its implementation in the coming years and that it should be linked to both the increase in the CPI and to rising labor costs.
"This has been transferred to the Ministry, not accepting this proposal in the voted text," said Family.
On the other hand, he stressed that new points have been incorporated into the agreement that have not been discussed with the Community and that correspond to the framework of the negotiation of collective agreements, for which he considers it "impossible" to develop by the communities. autonomous. These new points affect local entities, since in addition to residential centers it is also regulated, for example, on home help, the Board added, reports Ep.