The tension between the PSOE and United We Can continues within the Government. The purple formation hoped to streamline five star laws this month, but in the end only one —the abortion— You will be able to get ahead in a timely manner. The last to fall was Ione Belarra Family Lawwhich will not reach the Council of Ministers this Monday due to the resistance of the Ministry of Finance.
Despite the fact that at first there were several socialist ministers against the norm, the only one that continues to close the door is Maria Jesus Montero. The contents of the law, including all paid leave, are part of an agreement between the two formations signed at the beginning of October to approve the General State Budget for 2023. Now, as EL ESPAÑOL has learned from sources close to the negotiations, the head of the Treasury has backed down.
The reason, the same sources assure, lies in the sick leave and maternity leave, which the Socialists want to renegotiate. In the initial agreement, who else gave the battle to Belarra —maternity leave— was the Ministry of Inclusion and Social Security of José Luis Escrivá, although he finally gave in to the demands of the purples. Now, the Treasury has picked up the baton.
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As this newspaper has learned, the initial pact established that the Family Law would include seven days off for care, so that each worker can care for family members or partners. Now the socialist wing would be claiming to lower the permit from seven to five days.
Treasury also rejects that single parent mothers can give up part of your permissions other people, such as second-degree relatives, to co-parent in the first few weeks. The signed agreement, say sources from the Ministry of Social Rights, made it clear that the permit was double —since there is no mother and father— to eliminate employment discrimination against those who enjoyed longer permits.
The rumor that the Family Law was going to be frozen this Monday has been hanging around the headquarters of Podemos for “administrative suspicions” all week. Typically, these standards go through two organs before they appear in the Official State Gazette (BOE): the Delegate Commission of the Government for Economic Affairs and the Commission of Secretaries and Undersecretaries of State, but it did not appear in any of them due to pressure from the PSOE.
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