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Justice officials postpone the indefinite strike until after 23-J

Date: May 20, 2024 Time: 02:18:45

The strike committee of justice administration officials has reported this Tuesday that it has unanimously agreed to suspend the indefinite strike that began on April 17 and intensified on May 22, until the new government is constituted, although have warned that the “conflict” continues, reports EP. “The indefinite strike is postponed until the constitution of the new government resulting from the general elections and there are two days of general strike, July 11 and 20,” specifies the strike committee, made up of the CSIF, STAJ, CCCO unions and UGT.

The officials demand an increase of up to 430 euros per month after the March 28 ministries of Justice and Finance will sign an agreement –after two months of strike– with the Lawyers of the Administration of Justice (LAJ) that included an increase salary of up to 450 euros per month. Subsequently, both ministries also signed an agreement with the associations of judges and prosecutors to recognize a rise in the same line.

The agreement with the LAJ represented a total import of about 22.7 million euros, while that of judges and prosecutors amounted to 46.7 million euros. Both figures are below the 200 million euros that officials are demanding to get a rise of up to 430 gross euros per month for the 45,000 people who make up the body. Until now, the strike committee has been waiting for the Ministry headed by Pilar Llop to call a new meeting –which would be the fourth– to negotiate a way out of the indefinite strike.

In none of the three meetings held so far had a financial offer been discussed. In the last one, Justice offered the unions a commitment to resume negotiations once the elections on July 23 have passed and the regional and central governments have been formed. The strike committee rejected this offer and opted to lock themselves up in the Ministry headquarters, although three days later they left the building warning that the conflict had not ended.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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