SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, 27 Oct. (EUROPE PRESS) –
The Minister of Security, Justice and Public Administrations of the Government of the Canary Islands, Julio Pérez, said this Thursday that “they continue to approximate positions” with the unions –except Intersindical, which has distanced itself– to close next week a principle of agreement on stabilization processes for public employees.
In a press conference to account for the agreements of the Governing Council, he commented that this Thursday there was a meeting led by the Deputy Minister of Public Administrations, Manuel Martínez, which ended with a “significant rapprochement”.
He has said that the strike committee “wants a separate, different line of negotiation” but the Government also has to negotiate with the unions, at the same time that he has defended that the agreement reached in April is fulfilled because the negotiation is kept open, identifying the total number of vacancies and positions and looking for formulas for stabilization.
However, he has commented that in December, months after that agreement, the state law was approved and that path is that the Executive is taking, stressing that in this case there is no room for a “single agreement” with the strike committee because it will probably end with “legal obstacles”.
In this line, he has said that he hopes that the strike committee will join the agreement with the unions that is already beginning to be finalized with the bases, the agendas and the merits with the two processes that are going to be convened, the contest and the contest -opposition, which will not be eliminatory.