Government second vice president and labor secretary Yolanda Diaz misrepresented the government’s internal division on the issue of women’s leave due to painful rules. “This dispute should never have arisen or existed,” he said in response to a question about whether Social Security was confirmed to take 100% of the payment from day one. According to government sources, the Ministry of Equality and the Ministry of Social Welfare reached such a consensus.
Diaz, who spoke to the media after attending Alfonso Rueda’s inauguration as president of Xunta as a government spokesperson, recalled that “a certain percentage” of women adhere to disabling rules and said there was “no room for failure in rights.” women.”
The loss measure is contained in the draft of the new abortion law and has also sparked debate in the central government. Following the release of the content of the text the executive is working on, the Minister for Integration, Social Security and Migration, José Luis Escrivá, said the proposal was still “discussed” within the government. He was not the only one in the socialist part of the executive who cooled this possibility. Yesterday, Friday, an agreement was reached between the department headed by Escrivá and the department headed by Irene Montero that promotes a new rule that Social Security pays 100% of this type of sick leave from day one.
Government sources explain that this measure is still being discussed and there may be some changes. The agreement, they add, was reached this Thursday as the General Commission of State Secretaries and Deputies meets to prepare questions to be referred to the next Council of Ministers. It is assumed that the draft of the new law on abortion will be approved on Tuesday, May 17. Equality’s proposal was for the leave to be three days, extendable to five, although the agreement with Social Security modified this clause to provide that it would be a type of temporary disability, subject to medical supervision and without a minimum or maximum number of days.
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