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The 24-hour strikes in Adif will continue every Tuesday and Thursday in July

Date: June 19, 2024 Time: 13:47:20

Train circulation has been affected this Tuesday, July 11, by the 24-hour strikes for Adif workers called by the Railway Circulation Union (SCF) last month. These mobilizations will continue throughout July, taking place on Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week.

The reason for the protest, according to the union, is the cut in staff at the railway company, as well as an increase in the closure of units. SCF representatives have pointed out the possible dangers of these attitudes, as excessive safety responsibilities fall on a single worker, in addition to lamenting the loss of jobs.

From SCF strikes have been called for days 13, 18, 20, 25 and 17 of this month of July. These dates have been selected to create as little inconvenience as possible for passengers and users, preventing weekly fines, as well as the beginning and end of fortnights.

Minimum services on all lines

However, the union has registered that the Secretary of State for Transport, Mobility and the Urban Agenda has dictated minimum services that include all the usual railway circulations, whether they are suburban, medium-distance, long-distance and freight transport; as well as endless maintenance jobs.

For SCF, these minimum services mean “not respecting the right to strike contained in the Constitution, as the National Court and the Supreme Court have indicated in a large number of final judgments in favor of SCF for imposing minimum services by the Ministry of Transport abusive to Adif workers”.

For this reason, they have assured that they will take the appropriate legal measures to reverse the situation, given what they consider “an outrage that supposes the total annulment of the right to strike and the fight for safety in the circulation of trains.”

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

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