UGT has warned this Tuesday the Minister of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration, Jose Luis Escriva, that there will be mobilizations if he continues to delay the creation of the State Social Security Agency, as the union has indicated in a statement.
UGT has recalled that the deadline for approving the bill for the creation of this Agency expired three months ago, for which it has accused the minister of “breaking the law” and of turning a “deaf ear to the unions”.
“The delay and inaction of the Ministry have harmful consequences for citizens, which translate into a shortage of prior appointments in public offices and the delay in the payment of some benefits,” the union said in a statement.
UGT believes that the creation of the State Social Security Agency is “the best possible alternative to solve the serious management crisis” and will serve to modernize its “obsolete organization” and “aging staff”.
Faced with this situation, the union maintains that “the only solution left is social conflict”, with mobilizations and strikes if the Ministry does not respond to compliance with the law in September.
Source: Europa Press