The Regional Confederation of Business Organizations of Cartagena fully subscribes to the press release issued by CROEM, which we reproduce below, rejecting the Government's announcement about the repeal of the labor reform. CROEM shows its strongest rejection that the repeal of the labor reform has become an element of negotiation for the interests of the Government. Any modification of the labor reform must take place at the social dialogue table, which the Executive of Pedro Sánchez, and especially his government partners, with United Podemos at the head, ignore and despise.
Especially bleeding in the case of Bildu, a formation whose origin is known and whose interests have little to do with those of a country of which it does not feel a part. Despite the nuances that have been carried out after announcing the repeal, we are facing a new and outrageous maneuver to destroy social dialogue and total disregard for the role that the Constitution gives to economic and social agents in the worst moment and scenario. As pointed out by our national business confederations, CEOE and CEPYME, this maneuver also ignores the recommendations of the European Commission, which raises the need to base recovery in the medium term on measures to support employment taken in agreement with the social partners, which that in Spain is not respected. We are also faced with a shameful spectacle of pacts and nuances of pact, since in the last hours we have heard statements in different senses, some to consider the pact to be good and others to qualify its touches.
In any case, these are agreements in which partisan interests take precedence over the general.
This way of proceeding, which has become habitual in the Government, is undemocratic and irresponsible never seen before.
And what is worse, it will bring more negative consequences to business activity and, therefore, to employment, if the consequences of the health and economic crisis caused by COVID-19 were not enough. What happened is contradictory to the Government's initiative to negotiate with employers and unions to implement flexibility measures in the workplace that guarantee the subsistence of thousands of companies and millions of jobs, especially in the sectors hardest hit by COVID-19.
This is the only priority now and the announcement of the repeal of the labor reform goes in the opposite direction, since it will increase the rigidity in the labor market and the efforts made to safeguard millions of jobs through files will be defeated.
temporary employment regulation (ERTE). Pedro Sánchez obtained his investiture in exchange for the support of some partners who care little for the well-being of Spaniards and who demand tolls that companies and workers have to pay. If the claims of the coalition that right now Spain are carried out, the situation of the economy, of the companies and of the millions of workers who depend on them, runs serious risks of survival.