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Calviño Aligns Himself With The Employers And Warns DíAZ And The Unions That He Opposes The ‘dismantling’ Of The Labor Reform

The Vice President and Minister of Economic Affairs, Nadia Calviño, has manifested today against proposing negotiations with unions and employers to modernize the labor market with the dismantling of current regulations, as proposed by the head of Labor and the next third vice president...

PSOE and Podemos approach positions to limit evictions but remain stranded in the rent

The blockade between Government partners continues in relation to rent. PSOE and United We Can continue without finding an agreement on the regulation of prices, the most discordant point at the moment for the members of the coalition, who are negotiating the future Housing...

Podemos and Sánchez’s partners threaten the PSOE with a proposed alternative housing law if it does not regulate rent

The Housing Law encapsulates not only the relationship between the two government partners, PSOE and Unidas Podemos, but also with the formations that guarantee the parliamentary stability of the coalition. Given the refusal, at least until now, of the Ministry of Transport and Housing...

The PSOE responds to the criticisms of Podemos to the rise of the light: “an effort” has already been made

The socialist wing of the Government has tried to contain itself these days after the continuous criticism of Podemos to the rise in the price of electricity. The persistence in keeping open this new line of internal confrontation has led the PSOE to intervene...

Yolanda Díaz raises the rise in the SMI at “just 9 euros”: “It would be worrying if companies cannot bear it”

Yolanda DÃaz met this morning with social agents at the Economic and Social Council prior to the negotiation that the Ministry of Labor will hold this afternoon with the same interlocutors to agree to an increase in the Minimum Interprofessional Salary (SMI) in 2021. In...

Calvo joins the support for Calviño and discards the rise in the SMI that Yolanda Díaz defends: “Not now”

The First Vice President of the Government and Minister of the Presidency, Relations with the Courts and Democratic Memory, Carmen Calvo, assured this Friday that she would not raise the minimum interprofessional salary (SMI) now because it has already increased by 29% in the...