The CSIF Andalucía has demanded that the Ministry of Justice, Local Administration and Public Ceremonies “eliminate irregularities” in the Legal Medical Institutions (IML) of Andalusia, because in cases where 24-hour security is not applied, “the General Corps (Processor , aid and manager) are being performed by personnel outside the administration of justice and, therefore, it is inappropriate to comply with the mandatory guarantees.” “An example of this is the reception of corpses, which should be done by civil servants,” the union said.
Manuel Moreno, president of the CSIF Justice Sector, warned in a statement that “in many IMLs, since the 24-hour guard service of the General Corps is not established, the functions of these professionals are carried out by outside personnel. The administration of justice, which Apart from violating the rules, the guarantors show a risk which should be looked into in their actions”.
Moreno pointed out that the decree published in this regard in May 2018 contemplated the establishment of the Guard Service of the General Corps in the IML. However, he pointed out that “four of them – notably, Jaén, Córdoba, Cádiz and Huelva – still do not have it, and in the case of Seville and Almería, although they do exist, they are only for a few hours a day”. Let’s lend. Not 24 hours, so that’s no solution to this serious problem.”
Union Center commented that this “shortage” of personnel to cover the guards resulted in “some of the tasks that are typical of officers of the administration of justice assigned to these organizations having to be performed by labor during the afternoon and night.” Employees of the Junta de Andalucía, such as security guards, autopsy assistants, or even security forces that provide services in surveillance operations, are being forced to perform tasks that threaten such a sensitive public service. are not commensurate with what they have to provide.” .
The leader warned that “with this unregulated situation, not only are special functions removed for justice officials, but certain procedures that must be carried out with guarantees and adherence to protocols are put at risk.”
Moreno told the union that “we have actively and passively requested the new team of the ministry to address the 24-hour guard talks at the IML to resolve this situation, a request that will be accepted at the meeting this Wednesday.” Moved again is the sector table, where the CSIF reiterated to those responsible for the department, headed by José Antonio Nieto, “the need of the administration of justice to comply with the agreements, with the public service, with the citizens, and with” .
For CSIF-A, the only possible formula to properly solve this “serious” problem is the implementation of a 24-hour guard of personnel of general bodies in all institutions of legal medicine in Andalusia where it is not installed and to invest For the benefit of public service quality. According to Moreno, “we cannot allow patches that currently exist in these institutions.”
In this sense, the person in charge of the CSIF Justicia Andalucía stressed that “we are not going to tolerate the continuation of this situation and the undermining of the functions of justice personnel, who are ignored and underestimated.”
Furthermore, “we are not going to allow this public service to continue to depreciate due to the inaction of the ministry, merely by not having a minimum decent budget to meet the needs of justice, which is once again great for this new legislature.” The administration was forgotten in Andalusia after the introduction of ”.
The union leader highlighted that “it is not possible to agree that such a sensitive public service is subject to the good faith and responsibility of the employees residing in the IML, as it is the responsibility of the Ministry to observe The obligation to manage public services and to do so with the necessary and competent human resources, providing maximum guarantees for established procedures and protocols”.
CSIF pointed out that in the current struggle and strike for justice, “the main demand is the defense of our works and professional and remunerative recognition, and the fact that our works have been removed so that they do not have to pay is more of a specimen than it does not matter.” No matter who is ruling, we are treated as second-class officials, which reinforces our conviction that we have plenty of reason to continue the strike.