The Official Gazette of Castilla-La Mancha (DOCM) will publish this Wednesday a labor amendment so that the 708 employees of the Ministry of Education working with students with disabilities or difficulties can be employed twelve months a year instead of the current ten, with Along with it will stop being stable-disruptive.
This was announced by the president of Castilla-La Mancha and Socialist candidate for re-election, Emiliano García-Paez, at the public closing ceremony of the fifth day of the electoral campaign in Azcuéca de Henares (Guadalajara), where he was accompanied by members of the PSOE in Guadalajara province. The Secretary General, Pablo Bellido, and the candidate for re-election in Azcuéca de Henares, José Luis Blanco.
This will affect a total of 708 employees, including 603 from the professional categories of educational technical assistants and sign language specialists, explained Garcia-Page, who has committed to a global inclusion strategy for the next legislature so that students with disabilities are “fully included.” feel integrated”. ,
The candidate for re-election pointed out that education is the “most important challenge” for a “man who believes in equality” and announced that Azcuéca de Henares would have an integrated vocational training center that would be “crucial” for the entire province. .
Azcuqueca, breakwater on the right.
For his part, the mayor of Azcuéca de Henares and re-election candidate, José Luis Blanco, affirmed that Azcuéca is a “breakwater” of Castilla-La Mancha that will not allow “right-wing policies” to pass, and that 180 million euros The regional government has invested in the Guadalajara Hospital, which is also the investment throughout the corridor and the province.
Similarly, the secretary general of the PSOE in Guadalajara province, Pablo Bellido, who received loud applause from the audience – amounting to about 500 people – asked for votes for the PSOE and remarked, with humor, that José Luis Blanco had it “easy”. Because his last name matches the color of the electoral envelope in the May 28 municipal elections.
He recalled that in 2011 there were people angry with the Spanish government who voted for Cospedal, but added that Cospedal was “brought down not only” by PP voters but also “many” people who stayed home and looked for other alternatives. The people who voted had no chance: “It was not a useless vote, it was a useful vote for Cospedal to govern himself,” he explained.
Thus, he assumed that, if the Popular Party won the elections on 28-M, which would undoubtedly seek Vox’s support, he said, the Courts of Castilla-La Mancha would cease to refer to “Miniature Courts”. Cospedal approved the reduction of seats, and they would become “Cortes of the Reductions”.
A touch of color in this closing act was provided by Manolo Ruiz, an eighty-year-old man, who organized a dance before the arrival of the politicians while ‘Carolina’ by M-Clan was played.