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The Agrupación Comunista Aguileña shows its support to the striking workers of the ITV in the Region of Murcia (04/11/2017)

Since November 3, the workers of the Vehicle Technical Inspection Service (ITV) of the Region of Murcia have started an indefinite strike called by CC.OO and UGT before the intentions of the regional government to liberalize the sector.

The pretensions of the 'popular' counselor Juan Hernandez are to replace the current model of Administrative Concession (valid in all the stations of the Region, except in Sewer where it is public management) by another Administrative Authorization, which according to the unions "has already shown its failure in other Autonomous Communities ".

The grouping of the Communist Party of Spain (PCE) in Águilas considers that the changes that the Popular Party intends to introduce "will open the door to the liberalization of the sector", which would result in a "loss of labor rights and working conditions for employees "

Aquilists communists believe that "these claims are part of the policy of the PP to privatize all those public services", remembering for example, the latent conflict that exists with Correos.

"With these measures", they point out, "workers lose rights in parallel to the enrichment at their expense of a small minority of entrepreneurs."

In this way, the aquiline group wants to show its "unconditional support to the ITV strike workers in the Region of Murcia, especially those of the neighboring station of Lorca".

They are in total more than 230 families affected by this situation, so they join the unions in asking the regional government "a quick and effective solution to the problem."

From the PCE, they defend a fully public management model for ITV, using the Sewer Station as an example of operation.

Source: PCE Águilas

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