The unions believe that with the Government of Pedro Sanchez in La Moncloa they are facing a good opportunity to change a good part of the measures put in place by the previous Executive: the labor reform of 2012 and 2013. That is why they do not want to waste the occasion and will increase their pressure in the coming weeks on the socialist cabinet to "take to the BOE" what they have "committed" in the conversations held since September. "The government has no margin for not addressing the labor and pension reforms in this legislature, on pain of losing credibility, but it has to do so with an unequivocal position," said Unai Sordo, leader of the CC OO at the end of the joint meeting. they have maintained the executive of their organization and that of UGT this Tuesday.
For that, they have launched a process of mobilizations in the coming months that counts as the first "star" a great assembly of unionists in Madrid on February 8, as announced by the leaders of CC OO, Unai Sordo, and UGT, Pepe Álvarez, this Tuesday after a joint meeting of its executives.
The mobilizations will continue until March 8, when the majority centrals will join the protests of International Women's Day with a minimum stoppage of two hours. They also contemplate that the call grows in feminized sectors in which there is more labor conflict, both trade unionists have indicated.
Both unions are very upset with the Sanchez government. "We have been negotiating changes in the labor and pension reforms for months and it is time to specify what we have been planning for a long time.