Strong support for all-out strike in Ministry of Justice


The FSC-CCOO and FeSP-UGT trade unions report continuing high levels of support for the all-out strike in the Ministry of Justice. The unions are calling for negotiations with the Minister of Justice over pay levels and implementation of the law on organisational efficiency which has serious implications for workers’ pay and career development. So far the Minister has refused to negotiate and the unions launched the all-out action following two three-day strikes earlier this month. Meanwhile, both FSC-CCOO and FeSP-UGT, are continuing their action in the Labour and Social Security Inspectorate where they are challenging the employer over its failure to properly implement a collective agreement signed in 2021. If the current campaign of protests and stoppages doesn’t lead to progress the federations are considering all-out action in June.

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