Janša announced changes because some “cheer in (overcrowded) offices”

Today, Prime Minister Janez Janša announced on Twitter that the operative part of the police would be exempted from the uniform salary system and relations would be regulated more fairly.


Janša announced the change via Twitter.

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In his opinion, the problem of salaries in the police is not their publicity or non-publicity, but the relationship between different groups of police employees.

Thus, in Janša’s opinion, as he wrote, it is problematic “a relationship between many (not all) cheering in (overcrowded) offices with all sorts of extras and police and criminal investigators working in difficult conditions and risking their own health for the safety of all”.

Disclosure of salaries

Namely, at the beginning of the strike of the Police Trade Union of Slovenia on Monday, the Ministry of the Interior published a list of civil servants of the Ministry, the police and the Inspectorate of the Interior with data on gross salaries, jobs and organizational units. The union is demanding the elimination of violations of the 2018 strike agreement, which will result in lower salaries for police officers in March.

After the first review of the announcement of salaries, the police union found that personal data had been disclosed, which was understood to be protected and could also be the basis for lawsuits for damages. and criminals and the security system.

The Information Commissioner does not see any breaches of personal data protection, but the publication of the allegedly protected data will be discussed on Friday by the Parliamentary Commission for the Supervision of Intelligence and Security (Knovs).

Source: Svet24.si by novice.svet24.si.

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