The union requires the Autonomous Communities and the Ministry to keep their eyes high in order to make a common decision throughout the State regarding the call for competitions that does not jeopardize the positions already approved.
On Wednesday morning, a meeting of the Education Sector Conference took place in which the Autonomous Communities and the Ministry of Education were going to discuss, among other topics, the call for oppositions that, apparently, still does not agree.
From the CCOO Teaching Federation we express our concern that a decision will be postponed due to lack of agreement.
For this year, if there had been normality, around 27,000 places would have to be convened throughout the State for the different educational bodies, mostly Secondary and Baccalaureate Education, FP and Special regime Teachings.
Without a doubt, we are in a moment of indeterminacy and exceptionality caused by the health crisis of COVID-19 and the State of Alarm decreed by the Government and this must be more than enough reason for reaching an agreement at the state level.
From CCOO it is essential that the agreement implies that the solution on the call for oppositions is of a state nature and that in all the autonomous communities it is the same way.
During the years of the crisis, each autonomous community summoned or not in an uncoordinated way, the most affected being the aspiring people.
This recent experience should be taken into account, as well as how long it has taken to re-coordinate the calls throughout the State.
On the other hand, the union considers that no decision taken can jeopardize the stabilization process and the positions that, within the Agreement for the improvement of employment, have been approved in a public job offer to execute both this year and the following.
CCOO reminds that within the framework of article 151 of Law 4/2015 the Sector Conference can make agreements that are mandatory for all Administrations.
In this sense, we demand that this agreement be committed by all the Administrations in not losing the positions approved in the public job offers.