The third vice president of the Government and Minister of Labor and Social Economy, Yolanda Diaz, announced this Thursday that he has already received the medical discharge from the La Paz University Hospital in Madrid after
cancel your schedule yesterday for health reasons. Díaz reported his medical discharge in a message on Twitter in which he conveyed his “deep gratitude to the health personnel for their rigorous work and for all the love received.” He emphasized that “we have a public health system with great professionals that we must take care of and protect.”
The head of Labor said yesterday on the social network that “he had an intense workday” that the doctor had ordered him to cancel “for health reasons.” “There are days when our body demands that we stop and take care of ourselves in order to continue. I hope to recover soon with all the strength, “added the minister.
This morning I was discharged from the @HospitalULaPaz. I want to convey my deep gratitude to the health personnel for their rigorous work and for all the affection received. We have a public health system with great professionals that we must take care of and protect.
– Yolanda Díaz (@Yolanda_Diaz_) May 27, 2021
The minister did not attend the plenary session of the Congress of Deputies to answer the questions of the control session to the Government, which have been postponed, nor to the closing of a conference on projects developed within the framework of the metal foundation for training , organized by CCOO, UGT and Confemetal.
Signature of the agreement
Díaz plans to participate today in the act of signing the agreement to extend the Records of Temporary Employment Regulation (ERTE) until September 30. The Minister of Labor and the Minister of Inclusion, Social Security and Migrations, José Luis Escrivá, together with those responsible for CCOO, Unai Sordo; UGT, Pepe Álvarez; CEOE, Rosa Santos and de Cepyme, Gerardo Cuerva; They will sign the V Social Agreement in Defense of Employment that will allow the ERTE to be extended. The president of CEOE, Antonio Garamendi, will be absent from the firm for a trip.
The Government and the social agents closed yesterday afternoon a preliminary agreement for the extension of the ERTE, once the obstacles that existed with the Social Security contribution exemptions had been solved.
The extraordinary Council of Ministers convened for this afternoon at 4.30 pm will approve this pact, a few days before the end of the current extension next Monday.