Francisco Granados

Madrid education counselor wondered what the outraged the 15-m in the assemblies of teachers. Teachers will give two hours more a week. Teaching unions have already announced mobilizations. Madrid Councillor for education, Lucia Figar, wondered Friday what they did outraged the 15-m in the assemblies that teachers have been held to decide the mobilizations that seconded at the beginning of the course, and has stated that they are the same that insulted and assaulted to pilgrims in the month of August. Figar is has rrido as well, in a statement provided by the counseling, the announcement of mobilizations made by teaching unions to demand the withdrawal of instructions disseminated by the regional Executive for the next school year, which envisaged that teachers give two hours more a week. The counselor has said that nobody understands very well what the outraged of 15-M present in assemblies, deciding if the teachers make Needless to, they do not strike or make it a day, and that this is politicizing and radicalizing a conflict, which had to be completed, (since) it has nothing to do with interests of teachers or with the quality of teaching, has been added. Figar has had an impact on the continuation of the conflict is undoubtedly bad news for everyone, teachers and families. For its part, the Secretary general of the PP in Madrid, Francisco Granados, has assured in declarations Thursday there was a very serious matter, since teachers participated in the assemblies that were held left antisistemas which are wreaking Street and the rule of law for months. He pointed out that these people have nothing to do with the initial motion 15-M, but are people who neither respects nor believes in the rights and freedoms of others, and he has criticized that CCOO and UGT invite them to the assemblies, since this shows that trade unions do not have any interest in education or by the quality of education, but wear the Government of Esperanza Aguirre.

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