What do you think of the management of the Government of the Community of Madrid these days? It is worrying and it is not presentable. We already suffered at the time a stoppage in activity that is still causing terrible consequences and I criticized the central government for not consulting with companies, not to condition the measures, but to improve them. That is why I do not like that the Government of Díaz Ayuso makes the same mistake. Again, we see improvisation, changes of judgment. Madrid businessmen asked me and I did not know anything. It is assumed that the government of Díaz Ayuso is more sensitive to business activity than the central one of Sánchez ... Yes it has been so far but they seem overwhelmed. Our priority is to control contagions, because if it goes to more the economy can collapse, but we must be sensitive and prudent in generating states of alarm. Days of uncertainty and concern go by before taking action is very negative. Many companies are in a situation where they hesitate to move forward. It has been seen that summer has not been the return to recovery. It is a very delicate moment for these ups and downs. Has the Government of Díaz Ayuso not consulted the measures with you? Not at all. We met them at their press conference.What do you think of the measures finally taken? Containment measures were necessary, especially in the family or social sphere, because in the workplace has not been where the outbreaks have been generated, not even in transport . For companies it will be an added difficulty to the already very difficult situation that the hospitality industry is going through, for example. It is true that it is better to restrict mobility than confinement, but it is difficult to apply. What I see as more effective if it is done quickly are massive tests and traces. It is what I trust. There are experts who ask for tougher measures such as Madrid requesting a state of alarm ... Requesting a state of alarm in Madrid would have a terrible effect. Perhaps the economy will not be able to bear it. What do you expect from the meeting between Pedro Sánchez and Isabel Díaz Ayuso? Let's hope it closes a period of confrontation and opens the way to an essential collaboration in the face of the difficult situation we are going through. What do you think of the government's management central? It had to have acted before with its sole command and now there has been a lack of coordination. It was neither done well then nor now. In some cases, at the beginning an error was justified as it was something that happened, but six months later when the problem is reproducing, that we continue with errors of all kinds and that we are not caught prepared, it cannot be. the control of the CCAA? It has been difficult to understand going from a single centralized command to each one finding his life and doing what he wants. There has to be a lot more coordination than there has been and of course the central government can take more homogeneous measures. For example, that going back to school has been so different in the autonomous communities when the pandemic is global is incomprehensible. There are only a few days left until the ERTE term expires and there is no agreement ... It is that the mistakes of the past are repeated. This Government of Sánchez lacks a culture of negotiation that the social agents do have. In a negotiation there are no cheats or last minute surprises and positions are transferred. It does not give all the information that is required and it makes negotiation very difficult. It has reintroduced the repeal of parts of the labor reform into its agenda ... That is disloyalty and irresponsibility that our negotiation is used to put out internal fires. The Government has to be aware that social dialogue must be respected and then intervene, but commitments cannot be made on the sidelines. Will there be an agreement to extend the ERTE? Escrivá focuses on the most affected sectors ... Surely there will be an extension, but how it is still to be agreed. The tourism sector deserves special attention and resources to be dedicated to its survival, but there are also many other sectors with enormous problems. Preventing them from accessing this tool would create a survival problem. Many companies will disappear, because sectors that the minister does not propose are not active either. Is there money for everyone? We are waiting for the Ministry to give us the real cost figures. You have to negotiate with the cards face up. You asked the CEIM assembly for more measures, such as making it easier to move from ERTE to ERE ... Yes. And either that step is facilitated or there will be bankruptcies. The Government toughened up and made it more expensive to lay off companies that took advantage of the ERTE and today many of them already know that their problem will not end in the coming months and they need to restructure. They may be viable, but if they adapt the workforce to reality, not only in number, but also in professionals different from those they have now. The cost of compensation is very high and especially SMEs with seniority cannot pay a payroll without activity or reduce it, or return Social Security exemptions. It is a chain that can lead to disappearance. And if they disappear, everyone loses, also the workers and the State. CEIM also talks about the difference in suffering in the private and public sectors ... In the workplace, those who have borne the great cost of this pandemic have been the workers and entrepreneurs of the private sector. In public companies they have lost activity but they have not done ERTE as if the public money was nobody's. In the private sector, who more or less is in ERTE or with decreased income; and, above all, many have lost their jobs, others have not found it and those who keep it feel threatened. In the public sector there are very busy people with exposure to risk such as health, security or emergency personnel and they deserve recognition. In contrast, many public employees are at home like those in the private sector, but without losing income. Should the salary of the most exposed health workers or other officials be raised and the rest frozen? Should the salary of the most exposed health workers or other officials be raised and the rest frozen?

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