Saturday, November 26, 2022

CSIF requests reinforcement of staff at the Court of Gender Violence at Ciudad Real

Announcement.- The Independent Trade Union and Officials Center (CSIF) immediately requests the reinforcement of the workforce in Ciudad Real’s Court of Gender Violence, as well as the recovery of a salary supplement that allows its officers to work in the Court of Violence on Women. was found for. , This supplement, which was abolished in 2012 as a result of the reduction, continues to be charged in almost all autonomous communities that have transferred justice powers.

CSIF’s provincial head of justice, Daniel Sánchez-Castellanos, assures that the staff who currently work in the capital’s Gender Violence Court are not well enough to deal with the enormous amount of work that arises on a daily basis and the constant stress. But repent when whatever happens is subordinate. There are four officers working today, one advocate for the administration of justice and one judge for specific procedures for gender violence.

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“The situation is unstable. They come to work at eight in the morning, but they don’t know when they will leave. On several occasions, they leave the court at six in the afternoon without even eating anything,” says Sánchez-Castellanos.

Unlike the others, in Ciudad Real’s Court of Gender Violence, proceedings have to close on the same day they open, which forces the authorities to work late in the afternoon if it is opened in the afternoon.
In addition to reinforcement of the existing workforce and recovery of wage supplementation, CSIF also requests an overtime certificate from the Administration of Justice to compensate for work done during vacation days.

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