Sánchez announces a plan to make 67,300 toilets permanent

The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, has announced the formalization of 67,300 permanent contracts for health professionals "at all levels of the entire Administration as a whole" to end precariousness in the sector. “The commitment of the Government of Spain with stabilization, with the end of the job insecurity of our public servants, is total. The effort that we are going to make is something that had not been seen in the history of the National Health System throughout democracy”, Sánchez said in a interview in the country.

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Sánchez has defended that "the common criteria have been agreed with the autonomous communities" and will respond to the "temporary nature that has existed for decades in the health system". “We are taking a very important step in favor of putting an end to precariousness in health, which is the sector that has suffered the most from job insecurity, especially after the financial crisis and the neoliberal recipes that were proposed”, he stated.

The Government's plan is for it to be approved at the next Council of Ministers on Tuesday, June 5. Currently, no autonomous community has less than 30% of contracts for temporary employment in this sector, while the established objective is to lower the maximum threshold of 8%.

Regarding the commitment to increase military spending, Sánchez has asked "the non-socialist left" to reflect on the "tectonic change" that has occurred in the international order after countries such as Sweden and Finland have decided to request their incorporation into NATO. “We are no longer in a world where there was a division between communists and capitalists. Now what there is is a group of democracies facing an autocracy like Russia, led by a corrupt and ultra-capitalist oligarchy that is trying to expand its territory in an imperialist way”, Sánchez assured.

The President of the Government has criticized that the PP, despite the change in its leadership, continues to be an "absolutely destructive opposition" and has recalled that it has been blocking the renewal of the General Council of the Judiciary for 36 months. About it, he has stated that he hopes that the legal reform to unlock the renewal of the Constitutional Court prosper in Congress and so that the four magistrates can be renewed, two appointed directly by the Government and two renewed by the Council of the Judicial Power, in the coming months.

“We defend a regular and orderly migration”

Regarding the Melilla massacre, in which 37 people died, Sánchez has assured that he has not spoken with Morocco and has argued that Spain "has always defended regular and orderly migration." “Does Spain need migration? Of course we need it, but we defend regular and orderly migration. We have extraordinary circular migration programs with Morocco, with Senegal, with other countries in sub-Saharan Africa, with Latin America. People pay a lot of attention to the Aquarius for what it represented, but the first decision I made regarding migration policy was to recover access to healthcare for irregular migrants.”

He has also insisted that what happened "was a violent attack on the borders of our country, they were armed" and has highlighted that beyond the thirty sub-Saharan migrants killed there were "more than 100 Moroccan gendarmes injured and more than 40 members of the Spanish State Security Forces and Corps” in an attack for which he blames “the mafias”.

The leader of the Executive, who avoids mentioning whether our neighbor complies with human rights, does ask "to recognize the effort that Morocco is making", for "defending the borders of Spain", so before asking for guarantees that this will not return to happen, considers that "Spain and Europe must also be in solidarity with Morocco."

This week, the secretary general of the UN, António Guterres, declared that he was "dismayed by the violence on the border between Nador and Melilla" and stated that the "use of excessive force is unacceptable, and the human rights and dignity of the people on the move must be a priority for the countries”. On those words, Sánchez has responded that he "spoke of proportionality" and from the Government of Spain it has always been "proportional in the response to migratory crises".

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