The Labor and Social Security Inspectorate has been waiting for more than a year and a half for the restructuring plan agreed within the Government to be implemented. In recent days, union representatives have called partial strikes, threatened to call an indefinite strike in June and even went so far as to demand the resignation of the Minister of Labor and Social Security, Yolanda Díaz. This portfolio was awaiting a proposal from the Ministry of Finance and Public Function to carry out this restructuring, however, this afternoon, the number two of Díaz has transferred to the representatives of the workers that this text is not going away to remit, which leaves the hands of the officials deadlocked.
The Department of Labor expresses “deep discomfort” at this movement by the Ministry of Public Function, however, the other side of the Executive, which belongs to the socialist rope, downplays the pulse of the talks. “The public function continues to work normally with the Ministry of Labor, in the same way that it has done and does with the rest of the ministries, with the aim of expanding the number of troops of the Labor Inspectorate to reinforce its important work”, say sources from Montero’s portfolio.