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PGR manifests itself open to dialogue but technicians union says there are no negotiations

The Deputy Attorney General of the Republic this Monday expressed an openness to dialogue with the union representation of the justice and administrative technicians of the institution, but the union denies the existence of negotiation between the parties.


According to Mota Liz, the Attorney General's Office is concerned about the claims, with which the management identifies, presented by the National Union of Justice and Administrative Technicians of the Attorney General's Office, which last week, paralyzed for five days, all jobs.

"The Prosecutor's Office is a body that includes magistrates, officials, justice technicians, and the magistrates without the justice technicians do not work, it has to function as a whole, and the justice technicians and officials are essential for the prosecution as a organization functions as a whole", he said.

Mota Liz admitted that it is necessary to improve working conditions, but the resolution of many of them depends on third parties.

"But obviously this response has to be adapted to the specific moment of the country, to the financial capacity, to the ability to create conditions, which is why we have maintained a permanent open dialogue with the union and the employees", he stressed.

"We have been open, even during the strike we invited to speak, we were always open to speak and we will remain open, there is a commission created. I called myself, called, on the same day, but due to justified unavailability they did not appear, I stayed with the negotiating team in the room all afternoon, until 4:00 pm, waiting, and there was a mismatch", he explained.

According to the Deputy Attorney General of the Republic, the management will continue to negotiate, hoping that a new strike will not take place, as is planned for next month.

"We will continue to talk to them, we will continue to make our effort, their concerns, the legitimate ones, are our concerns, those that do not depend entirely on us, depend on the concrete conditions of the country and the Executive's capacity to respond (...) we are fully open, whatever is good to improve our functioning serves the State, serves the prosecution and serves the nation", he underlined.

Mota Liz stressed that in a dialogue "there are compromises, there are things that are reasonable, there are things that are a little extreme, that eventually the moment is not appropriate, but it is through conversation that the path and the solution of problems are found".

Speaking to the press, the spokesman for the National Union of Justice and Administrative Technicians of the Attorney General's Office, João Neto, said that the strike took place from the 14th to the 18th of this month and during that period there was no formal contact by part of the direction.

"We are not in negotiation, because at no time did we receive an invitation for both directions to sit down and go back to review the burning points in the claim book and produce a document with the 'timing' for its execution", he said.

João Neto reiterated that if the management continues to remain silent, a new strike will soon be scheduled, adding that the payment of a 30 percent subsidy, which dates from September 2012 and started to be paid in July, is essential, but with a delay of ten years, and the lack of a remuneration statute.

The official said that the union is aware that there are matters that do not depend on the prosecutor's office, but there are complaints that can be resolved by itself, namely the creation of a cafeteria, full respect of working hours, the extension of the payment of the 39,000 kwanzas for the rest of the country and not just for Luanda, as well as transportation for employees.

"We presented solutions, for example on the issue of the cafeteria, the union has helped to find solutions, but there is a lack of will", he highlighted.


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