Agreement reached in the coalition government for the coordination of the labor reform


Pedro Sánchez and Yolanda Díaz.

And the light was released: after hours and hours of negotiations, of tensions within the coalition, a formula has finally been agreed to negotiate the final phase of the labor reform, as reported by Moncloa. Thus, PSOE and United We Can have finally agreed that at the social dialogue table to negotiate labor reform with social agents, in addition to the Ministry of Labor, representatives of the Economic Vice-presidency of Nadia Calviño and the Ministry of Inclusion and Social Security sit of José Luis Escrivá, as defended by the socialist wing.

In addition, according to this agreement, before that table meets again next Wednesday, now with representatives of the PSOE, the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, will meet on November 2 the first vice president, Nadia Calviño, to the vice president second, Yolanda Díaz, and the ministries of Finance, Social Security and Education and FP to set the position of the Government in the social dialogue table, in the terms of the coalition Government agreement, as requested by United We Can.

Likewise, as reported by Moncloa, every Tuesday at 5:00 p.m. a meeting will be held to determine the position of the Government at that table. This meeting will be attended by the Secretaries of State for Employment, the Economy and Social Security and Pensions.

And when necessary due to the importance or political complexity of the issues, meetings will be held at the level of Vice Presidents and Ministers.

The words of Yolanda Díaz

This same Wednesday, the second vice president of the Government and Minister of Labor, Yolanda Díaz, insisted that she wants the president, Pedro Sánchez, to preside over the negotiations for the repeal of the labor reform, after the open tensions within the coalition Executive .

“Let us repeal the labor reform and let it be headed by the Prime Minister,” Diaz has settled after meeting in Rome with the general secretary of the Italian union CGIL, Maurizio Landini.

When asked about the alleged “content differences” between the Government partners, Díaz has shown his “surprise” because in December the reform had already been agreed with the president and sent to Europe and added that he should ask ” who now disagrees ”.

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