Díaz boasts that Spain, with the highest unemployment rate in the EU, "is a benchmark for the world"

Although the Government of Pedro Sánchez does not miss the opportunity to hang the medal of recovery and employment, the Spanish employment panorama is dramatic. That does not prevent the Second Vice President and Minister of Labor and Social Economy, Yolanda Diaz, to boast once again that Spain “is a benchmark on a European and global level” with regard to labor reform. “We have completely changed the paradigm and they are very great things,” said the communist cooler than an eight.

According to the latest Eurostat report, corresponding to the month of November, Spain is once again at the forefront of unemployment in the European Union, registering an unemployment rate of 14.1%, which means doubling the average of 7.2% in the euro zone and 6.5% in the Twenty-seven. Even so, the vice president gets chest out of her work ‘reformita’ that the Frankenstein partners de Sánchez affirming that the “contract for work that came from Franco’s times” has ended in an interview on the program Nice good on the TO BE.

And it is that the vice president has no rival when it comes to throwing flowers, as when she said that the law rider It was “a historic milestone” and even came to compare this legal framework with the first labor rights achieved by workers during the Industrial Revolution back in 1874. “It is a norm that is going to change the sign of the times. There is no country in the world that has dared to legislate on this matter. Thousands of delivery men who were left on the street because of that law do not think the same.

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