The minister of Labor, Yolanda Díaz, held on Wednesday at the Government pact that United we Can, the coalition of which it comes, has signed with the PSOE, to expose their plans on labour market reform, the repeal of which has always sought the group led by Pablo Iglesias. “This ministry is going to meet him signed,” said the minister after the signing of the agreement to raise the minimum wage to 950 euros, and spoke of that it will be done "in two stages".
Is that the repeal of the labour reform of 2012, to modify it or improve it, as requested by the leader of the CEOE? Diaz inisistió yesterday in the words of Garamendi “are the result of a dialectic”. She would call it “repeal”, he continued, because it is as it is called “technically”, recalling his past as a lawyer labor.
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When asked if everything that was supposed to go back to the legislation prior to 2012, Diaz was much more cautious: “sometimes back doesn't make much sense. Therefore, this department is going to work and legislate a lot with the look at the current time”.
“it's Going to be a relaxed, meditated, and with social dialogue”, he added. These words fit with the idea launched the previous day by the Finance minister and spokesperson, María Jesús Montero. “You can never abrogate a labor reform in its entirety, given that they all have elements added to,” he said after the Council of Ministers.Updated Date: 23 January 2020, 12:00