Officials will take to the streets this Saturday, despite the Treasury having unlocked salary negotiations


Montero will convene the table next Wednesday to agree on the 2023 increase that unions will demand to guarantee the purchasing power of officials

The major demonstration CSIF called this Friday against Pedro Sánchez’s government to demand a “fair salary increase”, especially for the more than three million civil servants, continues despite the Ministry of Finance closing negotiations were underway, unblocks paralyzed months place.

The department led by María Jesús Montero called on the unions, just the day before the protest, to sit down at the public table next Wednesday to agree on the salary increase of civil servants under the next general budgets of the CSIF stands firm and maintains what it sees as a “mass” mobilization in protest at the current economic situation and the ineffectiveness of government measures.

The march, in which citizens from all regions will participate, will start at 12:00 in front of the Congress of Deputies and will go through the streets of central Madrid along Paseo del Prado and will end around 2:00 pm in Colon Square.

All Spanish workers are called upon to participate, both in the public and private sectors, and for this the union has chartered buses that will transport them from major cities to the capital for free.

Source: La Verdad


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