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Old 08-09-2017, 00:35
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Here is a translation from this report :- https://ultimahora.es/noticias/nacio...mo-martes.html

The CCOO , UGT and USO unions in the Aena Group have decided to suspend the 25-day strike scheduled for late September after the "substantial breakthrough" in the negotiations and the "novel approach" presented by Fomento on Thursday at the meeting in the headquarters of the Ministry, have reported to union sources.

In addition to union representatives, the meeting was attended by the Secretary of State for Infrastructure, Transport and Housing and President of Enaire, Julio Gˇmez-Pomar, and the President of Aena, JosÚ Manuel Vargas. According to sources consulted by Europa Press, Gˇmez-Pomar has made a positive proposal for the unions that will be discussed in a new meeting next Tuesday, the 12th.

In this way, and faced with the possibility of achieving their objectives, the unions have chosen to suspend the call for 25 days of strike from the end of September that were to present this Friday. "There was an opportunity to negotiate," they have said since CCOO.

Trade unions say that Aena workers have lost 8% of the start of the crisis and 2.8% since 2013, when the company has left behind the "red numbers", and demand a salary increase higher than 1 % and a linear pay linked to benefits for the entire workforce.

In the same way, they demand a replacement rate that goes beyond 100% - they count in 700 the necessary numbers - before the increase of 18% in productivity, as well as the extension of the current collective agreement until 2021.

On Thursday, an agreement would have been reached on the extension of the agreement, and progress has been made on the issue of the replacement rate, according to the trade unions, with the economic fringe pending for next Tuesday's meeting, where they will again sit with Fomento and Aena.
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