The Council of Ministers will approve tomorrow in its meeting in Barcelona the rise of the minimum wage to 900 euros, as well as an increase of 2.25 percent of the salary of public employees for 2019.
These are some of the main decisions that will be processed in this Council, the sixteenth that has been held outside of Madrid since 1976 and before which the separatists have called mobilizations during the day throughout Catalonia.
Sanchez wanted to include in the agenda of this meeting measures of draft such as the one concerning the minimum wage and the increase in the salary of the officials, but also foresees some concrete ones for Catalonia.
The chief executive has already advanced that initiatives on infrastructure, investments and some "symbolic" will be approved.
It is foreseen, for example, to approve various authorizations for road works contracts in Catalonia worth around 112 million euros.
The rise of the minimum wage to 900 euros emphasizes the Government that represents an increase of 22 percent, the highest since 1977, and it has been decided to opt for the royal decree to ensure that it is in force on January 1.
This improvement is expected to benefit about 1,340,000 employees.
The government will also approve tomorrow by decree law the rise of 2.25 percent of the salary of public employees for 2019, an increase that could be complemented with another 0.25 percent linked to the increase in GDP.
The Minister of Justice, Dolores Delgado, will present a report on the status of the work of the Advisory Council to review the Criminal Procedure Law from a gender perspective and the status of the commission of the General Codification Commission of the report analyzing the crimes of aggression and sexual abuse.
In addition, a green light will be given to an agreement that will allocate 1,800 million euros for roads in the Canary Islands.
The Government will also process a grant of 350 million euros for the training of employed persons and will create a work commission for the restitution of the honor of members of the Royal Academies of national scope sanctioned during the Civil War and the dictatorship.
A commission that will also address the recognition of the unfair and illegitimate nature of the sanctions imposed on historical academics of the Royal Academy of Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences dismissed during the dictatorship.