Marlaska acknowledges that his time on the head of the Police has been “complicated” whereas 1000’s of brokers in Madrid demand wage enhancements | EUROtoday

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More than 12,000 folks, in accordance with the Government Delegation, demonstrated this Saturday in Madrid to request the equalization of salaries of National Police and Civil Guard brokers with the remainder of the regional and native police forces, the identical retirement situations and the declaration as danger occupation.

shouting Marlaska resigns the demonstration, referred to as by Platform for Dignified Retirementwhich brings collectively a dozen unions and associations from each our bodies, has run from the Plaza de España to the Plaza de las Cortes, in entrance of the Congress of Deputies, and has introduced collectively 15,000 residents, in accordance with the organizers.

Marlaska en la inauguration

Marlaska on the opening of the exhibition for the 2 hundredth anniversary of the National Police.S. GONZLEZ-VALERO

Also this Saturday, whereas the police demonstrated in Madrid, the Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, acknowledged that the just about six years during which he has held the highest command of the National Police have been an “intense, demanding and complicated”, which he has at all times lived with honor, as a result of – he mentioned – “the Corps has had my deep respect and sincere admiration for a long time now.”

Marlaska spoke these phrases on the inauguration in Madrid of the exhibition that commemorates the 2 hundredth anniversary of the creation of the National Police. “Two centuries of history are the foundations of a solid present from which it must be projected into the future with guarantees to continue being what you are, a crucial and indispensable institution for Spanish democracy,” Marlaska careworn.

The minister has valued the truth that Spain is without doubt one of the most secure international locations on the earth, an achievement during which – he has acknowledged – the National Police has performed “a very prominent role.”

“The Constitution has been a historical accelerator without which it is impossible to understand the level of social well-being and cultural and economic progress that our country has achieved today. And the national police have contributed with your work and on many occasions, even with your life, to build that cozy house that is now democratic Spain,” the minister informed the law enforcement officials.


While Marlaska participated within the opening of the exhibition, the demonstration ran by means of the streets of the capital. “Today, here, to the Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, we are going to demonstrate our strength and we are also going to tell him that we are not going to stop until we achieve our demands,” he highlighted. Juan Fernandezspokesperson for the convening platform, along with blaming the minister for “saying things in a parliamentary session, which he then does not comply with.”

For its half, Adolfo Molinaadditionally a spokesperson for the platform, has assured that the Government ignores them, since “they are incapable of wanting to negotiate”, though he has careworn that they’ll proceed making an attempt to go “in the right direction.”

The protest, during which lots of of flags from Spain and autonomous areas comparable to Asturias or Galicia had been seen, was marked by the noise of firecrackers, whistles and criticism of the Government.


One of the primary calls for of the safety forces has been that the State acknowledge them as a danger occupation, since, in accordance with these unions, it’s a useful resource that’s granted to regional and native police, as is the case of the Mossos d'Esquadra and Ertzaintza.

“We want to remember and tell the minister very clearly that we do not trust him, since last January he deceived us, by saying that the amnesty law was going to protect, so to speak, the national police and, according to our legal services, we we are going to be left out,” he criticized, for his half, Ibn Domnguezportavoz del sindicato policial JUPOL.

The Vox spokesperson on the Madrid City Council additionally attended the demonstration, Javier Ortega-Smithwho wished to indicate his assist “for those who defend and risk their lives” for the Spaniards “every day on the street”