An activist rebukes Yolanda Díaz in an act with Thomas Pikety and yells at her to leave "with the employer"

An activist from the Workers’ Front has interrupted this Friday a meeting between the Minister of Labor, Yolanda Díaz, and the economist Thomas Piketty at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid and has yelled at the third vice president for having agreed with the employers on the new reform labor: “Go with the bosses!”, he said while the Center’s security services took him out of the room.

They had hardly been talking for 15 minutes when, from the back of the Hall of Columns of the Círculo de Bellas Artes, the voice of a man was heard. He said he was part of a union and asked Díaz how he dared to “talk in those terms after having approved the most shameful labor reform we have seen”, shouting: “33 days per year worked!”.

The man has continued to criticize that the rule, still pending validation in the Congress of Deputies, is “a trivial reform that only serves to cover up the shame of the bosses.”

The Workers’ Front, which has claimed what it has described as “escrache” on its Twitter profile, is a group that is usually very critical of Podemos, and whose activists have already carried out similar sabotage of public acts carried out by the former Second Vice President of the Government and ex-leader of Podemos, Pablo Iglesias (at the Complutense University and at the events for the centenary of the PCE).

They also made themselves heard along the same lines at the event on November 13 in Valencia, where Díaz intervened; the vice president of the Valencian Generalitat, Mónica Oltra; the mayor of Barcelona, ​​Ada Colau, and the spokeswoman for Más Madrid in the Assembly, Mónica García. And they have called their supporters to a general strike against the labor reform approved last December by the Government.

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