Next week, on Tuesday and Wednesday, there is a plenary session in the Cortes. The first after this year’s municipal elections, which will surely be very present in the chamber during the intense parliamentary debates that are expected, as they have been throughout this legislature.
Although, there will be other issues on the table that are those that the parliamentary groups carry, and that will have the crisis that the Justice sector is experiencing as the protagonist. In fact, up to four parliamentary initiatives are going to be discussed in this plenary session on account of this situation that has put the entire country in jeopardy for more than a month, already full of mobilizations and protests and before which Minister Pilar Llop has not resolved for now. A minister who this Friday has been received in Valladolid, where she participates in the First World Summit on Business Mediation, with up to two concentrations of Justice officials, whose protesters have shown her discomfort.
Thus, the PP will echo the demands of the 2,800 workers of the Community Justice Administration through a non-law proposal that arises from the meeting it held last week with this sector, specifically with the unions that represent the 93% of these employees, with which they will endorse and endorse the requests of this union, which demand an agreement with the Ministry that has not occurred in the case of judges, prosecutors and lawyers.
The Popular Parliamentary Group requests the Government to “recognize legally and remuneratively the functions” of the workers of the Administration of Justice, that “do not leave them outside the determination of functions” with the new Organic Law of Organizational Efficiency in Justice, and to develop a professional career in this administration.
The popular spokesman, Raúl de la Hoz, regrets not having been able to present this initiative jointly with the PSOE despite having received this party the same request from officials of the Administration of Justice, “so as not to bother his boss Pedro Sánchez”. , but he trusts that it will be approved with the support of all the groups so that it “comes out as a unanimous cry” from the Courts of Castilla y León in favor of the officials.
The popular ones will also take to the chamber for debate the validation of the decree-law, approved two weeks ago by the Board, which regulates the Internal Information System of the Administration in the Community, and which protects informants who report possible irregularities in the regional administration.
For its part, the PSOE will defend in plenary an initiative to launch a comprehensive care program for minors that allows dining rooms to be opened all year round, for all those families who request it and that is free of charge for those children at risk of social exclusion.
Likewise, the Socialists will present a question regarding museums, archives and libraries and two motions, derived from separate questions, regarding the recognition of physical activity and sport as “essential activity” and the reduction of the digital divide in Castilla y León through “a planning instrument” that eliminates the existing “inequalities of territory” in this matter.
The spokesman for Ciudadanos, for his part, will ask the current advisor to the Presidency, Luis Miguel González Gago, if he thinks that his predecessor and PP candidate for Mayor of Valladolid, Jesús Julio Carnero, “is complying with the code of ethics of the Board” by publishing a video on social networks in which he receives the support of the television presenter Jesús Calleja who “had received more than 200,000 euros of public money from that candidate when he was a director.”
Finally, Soria Now! will direct its parliamentary initiative towards the National Government to carry out a feasibility study for the Daroca-Burgos highway, which could serve as a connection between the Atlantic axis of the A8 and the Mediterranean axis of the A7.
In addition, its spokesman Ángel Ceña will ask President Fernández Mañueco about the radiotherapy unit “promised in 2007 and repeated cyclically in each electoral campaign”, while the Minister of Agriculture, Gerardo Dueñas, the group will ask about regional aid for drought .