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CCOO presents a lawsuit in the National Court for the correct classification of AAPP personnel

MADRID, 5 Mar.

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CCOO presents a lawsuit in the National Court for the correct classification of AAPP personnel

MADRID, 5 Mar. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The Federation of Health and Social and Health Sectors of CCOO (FSS-CCOO) has filed a lawsuit before the National Court in order to adopt "appropriate measures" for the professional classification of public workers as established in article 76 of the Consolidated Text of the Basic Statute of Public Employees (Trebep).

In a statement, the union recalled that the Agreement signed between the Ministry of Finance and Public Function and CCOO, on October 19, 2022, "expressly" included the full application of the professional classification of service personnel. of public administrations provided for in article 76 of Trebep.

Thus, CCOO considers that, as established in the agreement, the third transitional provision of the Trebep should be considered completed, and, therefore, the process of implementing the new degrees in the procedures for access to public administrations concluded.

"The complaint is made due to the unjustifiable delays that are occurring to comply with the fourth section of the aforementioned agreement," they have indicated from CCOO, and add that this situation occurs above all because in the statutory personnel of the National Health System ( SNS) it is not necessary to carry out any regulatory development, since only those who can prove that they have the qualifying academic qualification can provide services in the different health services.

In the field of the SNS, this reclassification will affect health professionals who are required to have a mid-level Technical Academic Qualification, who today are still assigned to the C2 classification group, instead of C1, and professionals to whom that they are required to be in possession of the title of Higher Technician, who continue to be assigned to classification group C1 instead of group B, which is the one that corresponds to them by law, according to CCOO.