Workers Refuse Collection Service and Street Cleaning in Totana, have called a strike which, if not collect any unpaid wages, would begin on Thursday arrears in the payment of salaries to parents and mothers who suffer defaults by Hall delay in payment of the fee stipulated by contract to the concessionaire, whose debt accumulates and exceeds 2 million, according to reports from IU-green in a statement.
"That the mayor is concerned about walking the PP candidate for pilgrimages and meals should not be an obstacle to proper management and allow these unpaid wages affecting tens of workers of an essential service such as the collection waste and street cleaning ... "says the spokesman IU Greens in the city, Juan José Canovas.
From the Municipal Group IU Greens demand "that signed commitments are met and efforts are made to pay outstanding payroll, avoiding calls to strike and suffering families."
Remember that the mayor promised in the election campaign of 2011 would eliminate the rate of garbage and a few months to get to the Government, the threefold "no reasoned argument".
"While freed PP politicians, as so-called Service Coordinator, Juan José Salas, collect their wages religiously later this month, employees of contractors, such as Garbage Collection or the Service Home Help suffer delays totally unjust, generated by the disastrous financial management of the Popular Party in Totana during these years of bad government ... "highlights Canovas.
Not enough to "commend the work of professionals" who usually Candidate PP, María Isabel Sánchez Ruíz.
"You have to try and manage that charge ends meet."
"Not only hollow praise living for workers and their families. They need to receive their salaries at the end of the month ..." they conclude from IU Verdes, demanding immediate payment of wage debts.