The mayor of Getafe, Sara Hernández, made a call on Thursday to the Community of Madrid to be involved in defending the interests of Spain against the adjustment plan announced yesterday by Airbus, since "it is not heard or heard he knows where he is, "he criticized.
Hernandez has shown his concern and his "total opposition" to the Airbus adjustment plan that implies a staff cut of 2,362 jobs in the Defense and Space division at the group level, of which 630 correspond to Spain.
The mayor has reproached the Community of Madrid that "when she talks about enabling a Silicon Valley in the region, she has it in Getafe. It is already created." "All you have to do is take advantage of the opportunities offered by Airbus as a tractor unit for the entire aerospace sector," he added.
The mayor, who attended this Thursday at the press conference of the CCOO union to assess the adjustment plan announced by Airbus, said that the Getafe City Council is available to the European group to "be part of the solution", together to the representatives of the workers.
Hernandez stressed that "the weight of Spain in the decision making of Airbus has to be much more important than what it has."