The Staff Commission of the Provincial Police asks the Parliament of Navarra for its support in demanding retirement
By unanimous decision of the union representation, the exhibition has been in charge of the CCOO delegate, Javier Ojer.
At the proposal of the CCOO, the Provincial Police Personnel Commission has attended this Friday, June 25, a working session in the Parliament of Navarra, which can be seen at this link . The aim was to make known to all the groups represented in the Navarrese legislature the current situation of the demand for the advance payment of the retirement age of this police group. By unanimous decision of the union representation, the exhibition has been in charge of the CCOO delegate, Javier Ojer.
The working session was attended by the five unions of the Provincial Police, and began with a detailed review by the representative of the Provincial Police of the actions carried out in recent times to obtain this just and necessary claim . Ojer has criticized before the parliamentary groups the closure of the Minister of Social Security, José Luis Escrivá, a real obstacle in the processing of the retirement file of the Foral Police. In addition, he recalled that right now both the union representation and the Government of Navarra itself are in tune to achieve this objective, for which he has asked all the groups of the parliamentary arch to press in Madrid in their respective parties to unblock this situation,
The union representative has affirmed that it is not acceptable that other groups such as sea workers, mining, artists and fire brigades have their corresponding reduction coefficients recognized as such, as groups. On the other hand, in the case of the police group, once again we are forced to fight individually for some rights that others already have by the mere fact of belonging to that group. There is no justification whatsoever that the same group, in this case the police, has almost as many fronts open on this issue as there are police forces. The police profession is what it is and, therefore, The reasons given for approving reduction coefficients in the local police or in the Ertzaintza must be the same as those that must be put on the table for the recognition of these coefficients in the Foral Police, in the Mossos d’Esquadra or in the General Corps Canary Islands Police. We are a collective as are the mining, sea or fire fighting personnel. However, the Ministry of Social Security treats us differently from the rest.
As it will be recalled, to date, the only police forces that the central government has not recognized the reducing coefficients in their retirement age are precisely the Foral Police, the General Police Corps of the Canary Islands and the Body of Mossos d ‘ Esquadra. In the latter case, and far from the propaganda announcements that other corporate unions made at the beginning of last year, the situation is just as stagnant as in Navarra.
Precisely to continue on the path of joint work, delegates from the CCOO Mossos d’Esquadra have traveled to Pamplona to, with their presence, support their colleagues in the union in this working session. The presence of the delegates of the CCOO Mossos d’Esquadra is due to a joint action of this union at the level of all the autonomous police forces, which goes back more than twelve years ago. In fact, CCOO is very firmly present in the Platform for the advance of the retirement age of the regional and local police, and joint actions are already being proposed by all the unions to make this just demand heard where it is becoming impossible. do it.
(Translated by Google Translate)
Available in Spanish here: https://seguridadpublica.fsc.ccoo.es/noticia:594240–La_Comision_de_Personal_de_la_Policia_Foral_pide_al_Parlamento_de_Navarra_su_apoyo_en_la_reivindicacion_de_la_jubilacion