The Correos unions demand a security audit to find out why the envelopes with bullets were sneaked into Marlaska and Iglesias
Photo of the envelope with threats addressed to Pablo Iglesias.

The majority unions of Correos, UGT and CCOO, have sent a letter to the president of the Postal Service in which they demand a security audit to verify why the envelopes with bullets addressed to the leader of the United We Can,Pablo Iglesias, or to the Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska.

Union representatives recall that “in the past Correos served as an instrument for land custom terrorist strikes to public figures “and that, since then, the Spanish Postal Service has been characterized by its” security “when aborting this type of shipments.

Following the actions of AND, Correos “adopted numerous security measures to prevent a public service from being used for purposes other than its function.” “Both the investments made to detect suspicious shipments and the protocols implemented throughout the postal network have prevented objects such as those mentioned from circulating,” add UGT and CCOO in reference to the “rifle bullets” sent to public representatives.

Likewise, these measures made it possible to convert the Spanish Postal Service, in the opinion of the unions, into a “service with two attributes: reliability and safety “.

“Given the strangeness of the lack of detection of these shipments by the security mechanisms available to Correos before delivery to the addressee and because of the danger it poses to workers, we request that you inform yourself if the security operations have been modified “, emphasize the leaders of both unions, Jos Manuel Sayagus (UGT) and Regino Martn (CCOO).

They also take the opportunity to claim a “security audit to detect possible needs that require new investments for the adaptation and improvement of current systems.” At the same time, they emphasize that this type of shipment “cannot circulate through our network.”

In parallel, the State Security Forces and Bodies are already investigating the author of the anonymous death threats that Iglesias and Grande Marlaska received, as well as the general director of the Civil Guard, Mara Gmez, through your units of Cientfica shelf.


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