On December 30, 2010, the City Council acquired the EEC CEDET Totana, formerly MIFITO, given the debt that had generated the municipal corporation for the services contracted with this entity and not paid, according to reports from CCOO in a statement.
The City bought the company, with knowledge of the debt that dragged on since long ago due to mismanagement of former holders of the same.
This debt is the cause of the precarious situation they are going CEDET workers today and that 47 families have three extra payroll arrears and unpaid summer.
CEDET, which the City has adopted the legal form of Limited Liability Company, claims for breach of his contractual obligations with its 47 employees who do not receive the amount of subsidies that is committed by the Ministry of Education, Training and Employment (which depend on the agreements with the special employment centers and other companies of this type).
This situation is compounded by the criterion of the Mayor not to consider municipal workers CEDET employees despite the decentralization of the company, for which, according to the municipal official, they can not apply the guarantees required by law to regarding the priority in the payment of wages.
On July 29 held a plenary session at City Hall and the IU-Greens group filed a motion for these workers had the same guarantees as other municipal employees in applying the payment guarantees, this proposal which in principle was negotiated with all parties present at City Hall and with the workers, only got the support of PSOE and IU-Greens for what did not go forward.
The municipal group promises PP once again were just promises, and who voted against.
CCOO supports the demands of the workers demand equal treatment with other municipal employees in terms of guaranteeing the recovery of back wages, claiming the Department of Education Training and Employment the payment of subsidies involved and requires the City Council of Totana payment of wages.