CEOO stir against the nationalists and ratifies themselves from the pact if a comma of labor reform is changed

The CEOE is clear that the agreement reached last December for labor reform after nine months of negotiations with unions and the Government is the maximum comm

CEOO stir against the nationalists and ratifies themselves from the pact if a comma of labor reform is changed

The CEOE is clear that the agreement reached last December for labor reform after nine months of negotiations with unions and the Government is the maximum commitment it can assume and is not willing to reopen talks so that the Government expands its parliamentary support.

The employer, chaired by Antonio Garamendi, has celebrated its Board of Directors on Wednesday in the midst of a constant approach of the Government for the reopening of the agreement reached in December. The Executive fears that the parliamentary processing of the Decree of Labor Reform is a failure at the beginning of February if it does not agree concessions with its PNV, ERC or Bildu partners, whose votes are essential.

But the CEOE has ratified in its positions unanimously. "If a comma is changed, we will arise not to sit back to negotiate and not continue in social dialogue," indicates sources of the employer.

The agreement reached in December has already tensioned the different opinions of entrepreneurs up to the end. The ratification of labor reform was supported Garamendi. No one opposed, but some of the associations that make up the CEOE, such as Anfac, Foment del Treball, CEIM or COAG, abstained, avoiding explicitly supporting the Agreement.

The announcement of the PP that will vote against the agreement signed by Garamendi, which should be presented to re-election as president of the employer, also adds large dose of pressure. For this reason, within the organization is rejected unanimously to reopen the conversations and admit a single change.

The only party that has been offered so far to facilitate the validation of the decree of the reform is citizens. However, the Moncloa has ruled out this option, which reject the United States of the United States and has relied everything to the negotiation that Vice President Yolanda Díaz has opened with nationalist parties.

Until now, only PNV has shown signs of being able to support labor reform. Neither ERC nor eh Bildu are willing to give their support in the terms in which it was signed with employers and unions and demand changes. The deadline is the first days of February and the government still does not have the necessary votes.

Date Of Update: 19 January 2022, 14:32

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