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Toxo explained at the
doors of Congress, the unions will gather hundreds of thousands of signatures
before the end of March to amend the labour reform approved by Parliament.

The general secretaries of
the CCOO and UGT, after recording the ILP, megaphone in hand went to more than
a hundred people carrying banners against the delay in retirement, to renew the
union rejection of the labour reform, "counter" as Toxo called it, who
denounced the "ravages" that’s caused in the five months since its
adoption, referring to the temporary increase at the expense of permanent
employment.

For the secretary general
of the CCOO, permanent employment should be the norm, and temporary exception.
"It is a contradiction in crisis and job losses approve a reform that
facilitates the dismissal," he complained.

Toxo described as
"intolerable" the government’s ultimatum to reform pensions on Jan.
28, ahead of the deadlines with the support of right-wing nationalist parties
PNV and CC, and accused the executive of stealing the democratic debate on an
issue very serious as the reform of pensions "We will not tolerate a new
outrage," said Toxo.

The ILP is an
"amendment to the totality" of the reform approved by Parliament, and
formally is a bill, a text articulated concrete alternatives to labour reforms
that seek to correct the most damaging aspects of the reform. For the ILP to be
submitted, CCOO and UGT need to collect at least 500,000 people signing it they
hope to achieve more than the next three months.

The confederal secretary
of the CCOO trade union action, Ramon G�rriz, has described as "intolerable"
the withdrawal of aid of the 426 euros for the unemployed who have completed
their service, while rejecting the "privatization" approved by the
Government, as the partial privatization of Aena.

G�rriz Ramon said in Vigo,
where he participated in an act with union representatives, he disagreed with
the disappearance of the aid of the 426 euros, in a situation like the present,
with increasing unemployment and "more than 400,000 homeless "who do
not have any income and there is" more than a million people "without
benefits.

All of this is taking
place in the run up to proposed general strikes on the 15th and 18th
of December, on the 15th action may be seen across the whole of
Europe. However as we go to print no concrete details of stoppages or work to
rule have been given.

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