The Chamber is committed to moderate the salaries of the health services that charge the most and to publish the waiting lists every six months by law
UPyD candidate to chair the Board of Communities of Castilla-La Mancha, Celia Esther Cámara, has cracked some of their electoral proposals, among which has been aimed at creating employment in the region, such as facilitating the creation of companies by reducing obstacles bureaucratic, betting on research and business development and encourage the formation of entrepreneurship to be launched to the internationalization of their products.
In an interview with Europa Press, Cámara has detailed that its intention is “to generate wealth in the region” through the companies and to reactivate public investment “arbitrating a control system”, since in this legislature this investment has been “null “
As he has said, the region is a community where bureaucratic obstacles “are immense” and that is something that “has to disappear”, which has to go hand in hand with supporting investments in research and promoting the granting of business loans “avoiding the subsidies”.
“And we must help companies to improve the commercialization and internationalization of their products, something important to enhance the Castilla-La Mancha brand, and entrepreneurs suffer from lack of training, for which we must bet to streamline the market” , has explained.
He has defended the creation of an Export Institute similar to the ICEX to help out of the Castilian-La Mancha borders with companies, since in his opinion the Chambers of Commerce “do not fulfill their advisory function”. “We had to give them another focus,” he underlined.
In his opinion, the unemployed in the region “need special help from the Government”, which should bet to benefit groups such as women victims of gender violence, disabled and long-term unemployed.
“The labor reform of the PP has generated a figure that had not been known to our country, that of the precarious worker and in social exclusion,” he lamented.
“control of temporary work”
Another of the proposals of Celia Esther Cámara is to make “a serious and rigorous control of temporary work” and to conceive it “as in other countries of northern Europe,” avoiding “widespread abuse of it.”
“We are in favor of a single indefinite contract, which would end the duality that exists in the country, and that has an increasing compensation depending on the time the worker is in the company,” he has defended.
As he stressed, the current labor market “has a tangle of contracts that are not operational, which can cause employers a certain confusion at the time of hiring.”
“We understand that the market and hiring should be reduced to permanent, temporary and training contracts, but regulating the storm and betting on a labor inspection that works so that they do not involve covert exploitation,” he argued
Advocates to moderate the salaries of the toilets
Another of the proposals of the regional leader of UPyD is “to moderate public salaries with criteria of efficiency”, since it has its judgment “in such a serious situation of unemployment and poverty with more than 12,000 million euros of public debt, it can not There are people with stratospheric salaries. “
He has also opted to “professionalize hospital management charges” and avoid the “finger-pointing system of health managers”, which in his opinion should “make their salaries public”.
“We have to moderate salaries with criteria of efficiency, because what we manage is public money,” said the Chamber, which has also advocated compliance with retirement replacement rates “and do so as established by law.”
“The dismissal of health workers has been huge, and this has caused the waiting list to go off,” said Camara, who has been in favor of drafting a law to publish this information on a biannual basis.