Euskadi officials will collect the 1.5% increase in November

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Euskadi officials will collect the 1.5% increase in November

ELA and LAB find the increase insufficient and accuse the management of Iñigo Urkullu of bowing to the “austerity measures” that Madrid has ordered. In addition, ELA has called on the rest of the unions for “a joint strike call”.

Euskaraz irakurri: Euskadiko funtzionarioek % 1.5eko igoera kobratuko dute azaroan

The Basque government announced on Friday that it will pay this year’s 1.5% wage increase to civil servants in November, on top of the 2% increase that has been in place since early 2022.

This salary increase has been approved by the Government of Pedro Sanchez and benefits all officials of the Spanish state.

Therefore, the salary increase for all government employees corresponding to this year will be 3.5%, as in November the delays corresponding to that 1.5% increase will be paid.

The payment of this increase has been announced to those in charge of the Basque Department of Public Administration and Self-Government during the General Committee of the Administration of the Autonomous Community of Euskadi and will entail a disbursement of about 80 million euros.

ELA and LAB find the increase insufficient and accuse the management of Iñigo Urkullu of bowing to the “austerity measures” that Madrid has ordered.

It’s a statement, THE A has denounced that the proposal for a 2.5% wage increase is “exactly the same as the proposal” by the Spanish government, criticizing the fact that “the Basque government is once again renunciating its powers in this issue and acts as a sub-delegation of the Spanish government”, and has therefore called on the rest of the unions to “a joint strike call”.

The Union LABORATORY has denounced that the Basque government is “faithfully” complying with the wage cuts “ordered” by Madrid “thus concealing its futile will to negotiate here” and has warned that officials have lost an economic capacity of 15% until 2021.

However, the issue of the equalization of the wage increase has not been questioned by UGT and CCOO.

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Source: EITB

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