The garbage service strike of the El Brusco Commonwealth continues with 100% compliance

The garbage service strike of the El Brusco Commonwealth continues with 100% compliance
The garbage service strike of the El Brusco Commonwealth continues with 100% compliance

The entire staff of the El Brusco Community’s garbage collection service (Argoños, Bareyo, Arnuero, Escalante, Liérganes and Ribamontán al Monte), made up of 13 people, have once again supported the indefinite strike called by the Habitat Federation of Workers’ Commissions in Cantabria (CCOO) for the second consecutive day.

The Habitat Federation of CCOO in Cantabria has reported on the strike in a statement, in which it has regretted “the attempt, in its opinion fraudulent, by some town councils to hire external personnel to independently collect rubbish and waste, thus boycotting the workers’ right to strike.”

“We are carefully monitoring container by container to ensure that our right to strike is not violated. We will not allow any of the affected municipalities to frustrate our demand, which is very fair because what the staff is asking for is an increase in their salaries, and we will not allow people to be hired to carry out the service,” warned Jesús de Cos, general secretary of the CCOO Habitat Federation in Cantabria.

Cos stressed that “the poor relationship between the company and the town councils” that make up the Association “is making it very difficult to reach an agreement” but recalled that “the staff is not involved in these disagreements and the only thing they are demanding is a salary increase to end the freeze they have been suffering for years”. “The relationship between the company and the Association is broken and it is very difficult to negotiate. We have not sat down at all, not even to negotiate the minimum services, because they do not want to do so. It will be difficult to reach an agreement like this”, lamented De Cos.

 
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