The Ministry of Finance and Public Function has offered to the Congress groups to modify the decree-law of stabilization of temporary employment in the Public Administration to save its validation, accepting non-eliminatory oppositions and exempting from them temporary personnel with more than ten years of experience who has not obtained a place in that period.
The Government reaches an agreement with ERC and saves the decree that limits the abuse of interns in the public sector
This has been stated by Minister María Jesús Montero, who has advanced that these changes will be introduced during the processing of the decree as a bill and that she has promised to have it definitively approved before the end of next October.
As explained by Montero, it will be possible for public administrations to offer non-eliminatory oppositions and apply that temporary personnel with more than ten years of experience in the Administration take advantage of article 61.6 of the Basic Statute of Public Employees, which enables the assessment of merits to access as an exceptional possibility.
These measures have been accepted by its government partner, Unidas Podemos, as sources of this formation have informed Europa Press, which will finally support the decree law. Likewise, parliamentary sources report a principle in agreement with ERC.
And it is that both formations need to move their Budget partners, or at least part of them to abstention, since PP (88), Vox (52), Ciudadanos (9), Bildu (5), Junts (4) and PDeCAT (4) have confirmed their rejection.
Finally, the PNV (6 deputies) and Más País-Equo-Los Verdes (2) and Compromís (1) will abstain, facilitating the validation of the decree law, as reported to Europa Press from these formations.
By virtue of this negotiation, the norm will also include during its processing as a bill that the autonomous communities can decide that the opposition is not eliminatory in the stabilization processes of the structural positions occupied for more than three years by temporary personnel.