The school unions confirm the strike of May 30: “Little money allocated”
For Flc Cgil, Cisl Scuola, Uil Scuola, Snals Confsal and Gilda “all the reasons that led to the proclamation of the strike on May 30 remain confirmed”. “That money is old, allocated by three budget laws, it concerns a contract that has expired for three years and five months; a teacher without seniority will have about 60 euros gross (50 net). Furthermore, the address deed arrives outside the maximum time limit. What is now required is that the field be cleared of this straight-legged intervention by the Government, by removing the subjects on education from DL 36/2022, which are and must remain a contractual prerogative “, they affirm.
“Let’s try to clarify the ongoing dispute between the School unions and the Government – write Cgil, Cisl, Uil, Snals and Gilda – for May 30 the school strike was called because the Government presented the Law Decree 36/2022 which intervenes heavily and incorrectly in matters (salary and career) which are, by law (Legislative Decree 165/2001), the exclusive competence of the contract. in three years) and the cut of the teaching card. Now, on some media outlets, in announcing the sending of the Guidance Act to Aran for the start of negotiations in the Education and Research Sector for the three-year period 2019- 21, we read of a sort of wise government intervention that would have allocated more than two billion that would make teachers and Ata staff rich. The implication would be that the strike would make no sense given the rich pot allocated by the Government and since the address deed has finally been sent “. “Therefore, it is known that that money is old, allocated by three budget laws (2019, 2020, 2021), concerning a contract expired for three years and five months, that a teacher without seniority will have about 60 euros gross (50 net) and that the policy act arrives out of time. The budget law 2022 has allocated some limited additional resources, but certainly not sufficient to guarantee adequate increases for all personnel even in the face of the increase in inflation which risks completely erode the expected increases “, continue the trade unions. “The sending of the Guidance Act to Aran is an act that had been due for three years. And certainly in the trade union claims the request for the immediate issue of the Guidance Act itself could not be missing. What is now required is that the field is cleared of this straight-legged intervention by the Government, by removing from the DL 36/2022 the subjects on education, which are and must remain a contractual prerogative “, conclude Francesco Sinopoli (Flc Cgil, Ivana Barbacci Cisl Scuola, Pino Turi Uil School, Elvira Serafini Snals and Rino Di Meglio, Gilda).
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