Demonstration and concentration: May 1st and the unions

Demonstration and concentration: May 1st and the unions
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The organizations, As is traditional, they celebrate different events to commemorate the Labor Day, May Dayin the capital of Almería.

On the one hand, the unions UGT and Workers’ Commissions have called, starting at 11 in the morning, a demonstration that will depart at that time from Levante Dock of the Port of Almería.

The demonstration will be led by the provincial secretaries of UGT and Workers’ Commissions, Carmen Vidal and Antonio Valdivieso, respectively.

The route of the march will be as follows: Levante Pier, Reina Regente, Federico García Lorca Avenue (downward direction), Rambla Obispo Orberá and Puerta de Purchena.

At the end of the demonstration the manifest jointly by the general secretaries of both unions, demanding full employment, shorter working hours and better salaries.

A socialist delegation, headed by the provincial secretary and national deputy, Juan Antonio Lorenzo Cazorla.



For its part, the union CSIF Almería organizes May Day, like every year, on the first section of the Rambla under the motto ‘Because we are risking the future’.

The Trade Union and Independent Central of Civil Servants plans to hold its event starting at 12:30 p.m. In addition to attending to the media, the recently re-elected provincial president, Juan Fernández Cabezaswill read a manifesto in defense of workers’ rights.

In addition, the event, of a recreational-claiming nature, will have activities for the little ones and a great paella.

It must be remembered that CSIF Almería held its tenth Provincial last Friday, April 26, under the motto ‘EverythingXAlmería. The value of being together’, in which the leadership of Juan Fernández Cabezas was revalidated. The support of the nearly 200 delegates called to the polls was 99 percent, with 100 percent participation.



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