Justice will immediately strengthen the security of CIRE workers in Catalan prisons

Justice will immediately strengthen the security of CIRE workers in Catalan prisons

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The Minister of Justice explains the measures that will be implemented to enhance security in Catalan prisonsACN

Department of Justice will immediately enhance the security of CIRE workplaces in prisons, After the death of a cook from the Mas Denrik Center last Wednesday at the hands of an inmate. In a meeting with the CIRE Action Committee and the victim's relatives, Justice pledged to implement three measures within 48 hours: the presence of surveillance personnel, emergency equipment for workers, and strengthening kitchen services with a greater number of employees. In addition, the administration summoned the unions today, Tuesday, to inform them of the first results of the report on the death of the worker in Katlar prison. Obasart said that there was no complaint from the worker towards the trainee.

On the other hand, Obasart did not want to specify whether the Mossos d'Esquadra would send more money to prevent the positions from being withheld by the unions.

The Minister of Justice announced the new procedures, Gemma Obsart, After the crisis cabinet meeting at the Palau de la Generalitat. The meeting was chaired by the Vice PresidentLaura VillagraInterior Minister, Joan Ignasi ElenaThe Minister of Justice, Gemma Obassart, and their two teams arrive after a new day of protest in prisons over the killing of a cook by an inmate last week in Mas Denric (Tarragona).

The crisis government has met all weekend and is now doing so in the face of workers' representatives' refusal to sit at the dialogue table with the government. Meanwhile, CECOR was created to control the situation.

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In the press conference after the crisis government, Obasart and the government spokeswoman, Patricia Blaga, again asked the unions to come to the meetings for dialogue, because the safety of workers and the rights of prisoners were at risk. In addition, Plaga was very harsh with the unions, demanding that they not exploit a tragic event such as the death of a prison worker for their own benefit.

The Minister of Justice detailed a series of proposals that the Catalan executive wanted to present to the unions today in the two meetings that she did not attend, measures that she described as “concrete, effective, realistic and possible.”

For example, emphasize the “structural commitment” of a program It includes 111 specialists to intervene in conflicting casesWho were temporarily merged in March with With a budget of 20 million euros And the executive authority plans to unify it.

They also wanted to discuss with the unions aCord to integrate 407 new reinforcementsIn center templatesThis agreement was reached by the government two weeks ago and must now be scheduled and prepared. Obasart is convinced that there is time to do this “before the end of the term.”

Another measure is the establishment of what the minister called compensatory intervention units to deal with inmates with “disruptive behavior.” The establishment of these teams means adding 185 people to the prisons and adapting the spaces to all centers. This procedure is being worked on with the Ministry of Health. “The project exists, and the time has come to implement a measure that will mean achieving a breakthrough in security and in the management of the centers,” Obasart said.

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The executive also plans to strengthen services and workshops at the Reintegration Initiatives Centre, where the slain cook worked, with in-house staff; Or other measures of a labor nature, such as giving priority to achieving early retirement to rejuvenate the workforce, creating a special body for prison employees, establishing a penal enforcement school or negotiating the terms of employment contracts, given that the last one was from 2006. The Minister said: “We have opened Negotiations, and it is time to close this agreement.”

Obasart considered it “necessary and urgent” to return to normal life and warned that the “safety and rights” of workers were at stake. The advisor recalled, “We have been calling for dialogue for days to resolve the situation,” then added that the unions did not attend today either the meeting called by the executive authority at nine o’clock in the morning, or the meeting it called for. I suggested both again given the failure of the first.

In the face of this situation, Obasart believed that “obstructing and obstructing unions from dialogue is incomprehensible and prevents us from making progress in resolving the conflict.” At the same time, he stressed that “stopping escalation is always the best means of dialogue.”

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