The Ertzaintza unions break with ‘Ertzainas in battle’ accusing them of “threats and insults”


“We have come this far”, ERNE, ESAN and SIPE underlined in a harsh note accusing the association of “protecting union unity” and of “totalitarian and irreconcilable” behaviour. “They will have all the ertzainas for us,” they warn.

The trade unions of the Ertzaintza ERNE, ESAN And NATURALLY they have severed relations with the non-union platform ‘Ertzainas and Lucha’, against which they have launched a harsh statement accusing it of making “threats and coercion” and trying to “protect the unity of the unions”.

“So Far We Have Come” And “they will have all the ertzainas for us” are some of the warnings addressed by the power stations to the platform, whose leaders they label “totalitarian and irreconcilable”.

The statement comes after the failed meeting held today between the unions and the non-union platform to try to bring positions closer together. The Union Euspel He did not sign the text.

According to these unions, they met this Friday with the platform “with the aim of joining forces with ours to continue the fight in the possible negotiations with the department.” [de Seguridad”]. However, they censored that “the position of ‘Ertzainas and Lucha’ has always been purely figurative.”

“His only concern was to put himself on the banners with his symbols and next to us and that the notes were collective,” they add.

Similarly, ERNE, ESAN and SIPE have denounced receiving “threats, insults and coercions”. “We are not going to condone this kind of behavior in any way,” they have warned.

Hours before, ‘Ertzainas and Lucha’ also issued a statement assuring that the meeting with the unions failed due to the unions’ refusal to let the collective vote on the Security Proposal.

Source: EITB


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