Díaz says that 2022 will begin with a new labor reform so that “the permanent contract is the ordinary one”


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The secretary general of Podemos, Ione Belarra, has assured, for her part, that the CAV “can have a clearly left-wing government”, in relation to a hypothetical agreement between EH Bildu, PSE-EE and the purple party itself.

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The Second Vice President and Minister of Labor and Social Economy of the Spanish Government, Yolanda Diaz, has stated that 2022 will start with a new labor reform and that Spain will have “a labor relations model based on job stability”, in such a way that the ordinary contract must be the “stable and indefinite” contract.

We can Euskadi has celebrated this Saturday in the BEC of Barakaldo the encounter ‘Wide looks‘, in which he has addressed “the challenges for the future together with the militancy and civil society.”

The meeting was attended by the Second Vice President and Minister of Labor and Social Economy, Yolanda Diaz, the MEP Maria Eugenia Palop, the Secretary General of Podemos and Minister of Social Rights and Agenda 2030, Ione Belarra, or the CCOO Secretary General, Unai Sordo, among all.

In her speech, Yolanda Díaz has opted for “widening the gaze” in the world of work and has warned that the main problem on the planet is “inequality and in Spain precariousness”. “The temporality is practically the same from the first democratic government until today, which reaches 26%. Nothing has been done – to correct it – because this has been the model that has been defended, “he lamented.

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In this context, he stressed that “it is possible” to change the labor relations model, which is “thought from parameters of temporality and precariousness”, and has opted forget closer to some of the models that already exist in the European Union.

“Having 13% of poor workers speaks very badly of us”

As he has defended, to materialize it the ordinary contract must be the “stable and indefinite” contract. “This is what we are going to do. Labor relations must be stable to have stable lives. Having 13% of poor workers speaks very badly of us,” he denounced.

Díaz has argued that this does not mean that there are no temporary contracts, but it has influenced that these contracts have to “attend to a cause.”

“We are shaping a new world that places decent work at the center”, said Díaz, adding that one of the “great tasks” for 2022, “which I think we are going to start with a new labor reform”, should be to try ” democracy at work, economic democracy and democracy in the company “.

Yolanda Díaz in her speech at the BEC.  Photo: EFE

Yolanda Díaz in her speech at the BEC. Photo: EFE

After defending that it is necessary to democratize “labor relations and Spanish companies”, the vice president made a call on workers to “join” unions and thus defend “their rights collectively”. “Trade unionism must be defended to strengthen democracy. We need workers to be organized and trade unionism to be strong. It is not by chance that the extreme right is fighting trade unionism,” he warned.

Belarra: “Euskadi can have a clearly left-wing government”

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The opening of the event has corresponded to Ione Belarra who, in his speech, stated that “despite the difficulties”, the Spanish government in coalition with the PSOE is “the best possible to face the pandemic and reconstruction.” However, he has argued that the best government that can be imagined “has Yolanda Díaz at the helm and being the majority force, if she wants.”

The Secretary General of Podemos and Minister of Social Rights and Agenda 2030 has opted for a Spanish Government that “has Yolanda Díaz at the head and being the majority force.” At the same time, he has assured that in the CAV it is possible “to have a clearly left-wing government.”

On the other hand, he has affirmed that the Basque Country needs “a truly progressive and transforming alternative”, which defends the rights of all Basques, and has affirmed that those who say that it cannot be “are the same ones who said that it could not be done away with. bipartisanship, or kick Rajoy out or have a political force like ours be part of the government. ” “But we know very well that it can be done: the Basque Country can have a clearly left-wing government,” he added.

However, he has considered that for that moment to arrive it is necessary that Podemos, “and the broader space that we are building with civil society, with youth, with union agents and with citizens, be as strong as possible“.

“Everyone knows that the condition of possibility that there is a change in Euskadi and that those who have to understand each other, is that Podemos Ahal dugu is strong and can weave a new majority,” he defended.

For her part, the general coordinator of training in Euskadi, Pilar Garrido, recalled that there are “difficult” moments as a result of the covid-19, which has evidenced “the welfare state cracks“.

After regretting that the pandemic has affected “more poor countries and women”, he denounced the “deficiencies of the social protection model.” “We have a model of a country that does not support everyone’s life equally,” he assured.

He has stated that Podemos has a “country project” with which to offer “security and certainties”. “We dream of a country with a future for youth, with decent work and affordable housing,” he stressed.

In his opinion, training thus represents “centrality” and lacks “backpacks or complexes”. “We are the alternative government of this country. Euskadi is experiencing times of change. The Basque political board is faltering and the recomposition must be done by reinforcing Podemos Ahal dugu, widening a space that is the one that best connects with the feelings of the Basque social majorities. A Basque space, left-wing, plural and inclusive with much to contribute to the model of country to which we aspire in the State, “he defended.




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