Fri. Dec 6th, 2019

ADIF seeks an agreement with CGT to avoid partial rail stops



The president of ADIF, Isabel Pardo de Vera, has assured that the public company continues to negotiate with CGT in search of an agreement that avoids partial stoppages for December 5 and 20 in the railway sector, although it has warned that there are certain limits that are "absolutely unfeasible".

The CGT union has called partial stoppages in Renfe and ADIF in protest of the lack of personnel and the way in which the reduction in working hours has been applied, which, according to the union, responds to economic criteria and not to the fulfillment of the objectives law regarding the reconciliation of personal and work life.

After expressing its recognition of the right to strike, Pardo de Vera has considered, in statements to the press, after participating in an Ineco act, which will not have a great impact on the railway manager's personnel.

In the case of Renfe, the protest will entail the suppression of the circulation of 155 trains by tomorrow, Thursday, on the eve of the Constitution Bridge.

Specifically, the operator has canceled 28 AVE and Long Distance trains and 127 Medium Distance trains, out of a total of 557 planned.

According to the minimum services set by the Ministry of Development, an average of 90% of the High Speed ​​and Long Distance trains and 63% of the usual services are established in the Medium Distance trains.

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