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- 04/12/2010, 17:09 #61GuestGuest
- 04/12/2010, 17:13 #62
- 05 oct, 08
- New York, NY
Por cierto, ya que estamos desmontando topicos. El sueldo de Zapatero son unos 80.000 euros brutos al año. Es eso mas de lo que cobra un controlador?
- 04/12/2010, 17:16 #63JomparGuest
Y a quien meteis si los despedís?
Yo por mí que los despidan voy a prepararme para ser controlador. Cuantas plazas vacantes hoyga
- 04/12/2010, 17:23 #64
- 04/12/2010, 17:31 #65
Desde luego estamos dando una imagen que ni Torrente.
Fijaros que al grano que va el new york times.
Spain Air Travel Disrupted by Strike
Dominique Faget/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Passengers waited for a flight in Madrid on Saturday.
By RAPHAEL MINDER
Published: December 4, 2010
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MADRID — Spain declared a “state of alarm” on Saturday for the first time since returning to democracy in response to a wildcat strike by air traffic controllers that had closed air traffic at the start of one of the year’s biggest holiday weekends. The controllers began returning to work for their afternoon shifts, but air travel in and out of Spain was likely to be disrupted for the next one or two days.
The controllers have been in a yearlong dispute with the authorities over their work conditions, but the conflict escalated Friday when the government approved new regulations and an austerity package that will result in the partial privatization of Spain’s airport management. The strike started about 5 p.m. on Friday, just hours after the government approved its latest austerity package, aimed at reassuring financial markets that the country would meet its deficit-cutting targets. Controllers failed to show up for their shifts just as hundreds of thousands of Spaniards prepared to travel for a long weekend.
“We won’t accept this blackmail,” said Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba, Spain’s deputy prime minister, in a televised news conference at noon on Saturday that followed a crisis cabinet meeting. “Almost all our airports are paralyzed, and so we are declaring a state of alarm in line with what has been established in our Constitution.”
After the government’s emergency intervention, the state-controlled airport management company, Aena, said Saturday afternoon that some controllers had returned for their afternoon shifts and that flights were starting to land again in Madrid. Earlier, Aena had predicted that traffic would not be restored before Sunday at 6 a.m.
Even if controllers resume their work, however, José Blanco, Spain’s transport and public works minister, predicted that it would take as long as 48 hours to reschedule canceled flights and return air traffic to complete normality.
The Spanish military had taken over air control towers and begun advising civilian controllers that they were likely to face prosecution for disobedience if they failed to resume work. Mr. Rubalcaba said the state of alarm could be maintained for as long as 15 days, although “it is clear the government hopes it doesn’t last that long.”
The government’s latest measures include a plan to privatize as much as 49 percent of Aena, thereby placing under private management the country’s two biggest airports, in Madrid and Barcelona — a divestment opposed by labor unions. The government also on Friday approved new rules dictating the working hours air traffic controllers, as well as a law allowing the army to take over airspace in times of alarm.
Air traffic controllers and the government have been at loggerheads for the past year, resulting in disruptions last summer, because of proposed changes to their work structure.
On Saturday, Mr. Rubalcaba said, “It is obvious that we are facing a group of workers who know themselves to be unique given the nature of their jobs and are defending unacceptable privileges.”
Madrid and other airports have experienced chaotic scenes since Friday afternoon, as stranded passengers awaited to hear how long the disruption might last or frantically sought reimbursement for their flights and other travel expenses. Interviewed on Spanish television, many voiced outrage against traffic controllers whose salaries are relatively high and working hours limited as Spain struggles with a unemployment rate of 20 percent — twice the average in the European Union.
Still, some also blamed the government for escalating the conflict just ahead of a major vacation period. Monday and Wednesday are both public holidays in Spain, and many families had planned on taking a five-day break.
The right to call a state of alarm, the lowest of three emergency levels, allowing the government to maintain order under extraordinary circumstances, had never been used. Included in Spain’s Constitution after the country’s return to democracy after the death in 1975 of the dictator Franco, it was designed primarily to respond to natural disasters, but also to exceptional circumstances like a complete breakdown of public transport.
Since Greece’s near-collapse last spring, the Spanish government of Prime Minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero has imposed billions of euros in public spending cuts and introduced a raft of other austerity measures to help convince investors that it could cut Spain’s budget deficit to 6 percent of gross domestic product next year, from 11.1 percent last year. Popular response to such cuts had however been more subdued than in countries like Greece or France.
This weekend’s wildcat strike, however, is expected to generate huge losses for a tourism sector that accounts for 11 percent of the country’s G.D.P. It also comes only days after Iberia, the national carrier, finalized its merger with British Airways.
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Keep fucking that chicken !!
I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. Flying planes on harmony. I watched Airbuses landing on water. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. It’s time to fly.
- 04/12/2010, 17:33 #66
- 04/12/2010, 17:39 #67---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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- 04/12/2010, 18:02 #68
Un controlador entra en Urgencias con una apendicitis aguda, al llegar a la puerta, el celador le dice, pues mire, es que ayer les cambiaron las condiciones laborales a los de enfermería y hoy no han venido a trabajar, vuélvase a su casa y tómese un aspirina y espere...
Qué les hubiera pasado a estos los enfermeros y enfermeras...?
Despedidos/cesados/expedientados o en las mejores de las situaciones penalizados con 1 o 2 meses de empleo y sueldo (o más).
Sé de gente, profesionales de la Sanidad que cobran 1.800 € pavos y que trabajan 1.500 horas mensuales, incluidos festivos y fines de semana, que tamién tienen mucha responsabilidad en su puesto de trabajo, y que para colmo, les han bajado 100 € todos los meses...
Y van a trabajar y no montan los pollos que han montado estos señores
Nunca tantos debemos tanto a tan pocos Siempre con Nosotros
- 04/12/2010, 18:10 #69
- 29 jun, 09
Pues si quereis desacreditar a alguien usad su nula capacidad de trabajo o lo que sea, pero no que no tenga titulos. Se pueden poner miles de ejemplo de gente sin titulos que hace excelentes trabajos, incluso en area donde se presuponen necesarios, y gente con titulos que son una maldita panda de gañanes inutiles.
Mira que los politicos lo ponen facil para concluir que son una panda de inutiles, pero atacarles porque tengan o dejen de tener titulos es una gilipollez
- 04/12/2010, 18:15 #70
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