THEY FIGHT FOR THEIR RIGHTS
The Primera Iberdrola goes to the strike for "fault of equality"
Published:22/10/2019 - 23:38h
Updated:22/10/2019 - 23:38h
The president of the AFE, David Aganzo, has confirmed that the players of the Primera Iberdrola have decided to summon a strike to fight for the equality of rights
Strike in the feminine football Spanish. As it has announced the Association of Spanish Footballers (AFE), by means of his president David Aganzo, the players of the First Iberdrola have taken the decision to summon a strike with the aim that it believes an agreement that equate his labour rights to which have the footballers of the masculine gender in Spain.
There was not agreement between the Association of Clubs of Feminine Football and the union by the first agreement that posed , and east has been the detonante for the announcement of strike by part of the footballers, that do not accept the fault of parity between men and women that exists in the Spanish football, with some big differences in every aspect of his labour life.
"We go to the strike because the players do not have the same rights that his masculine mates", has explained David Aganzo in press conference, accompanied by a wide relation of the players that compose the distinct teams of the First Iberdrola.
The footballers of First Division announce announcement of strike.— AFE (@afefutbol) October 22, 2019
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After a year of negotiations between the patronal of League and the union of the footballers, the postures between both parts follow very move# away regarding factors like the annual minimum wage or the parcialidad. "We are footballers during the one hundred by one hundred of our time. We think that it is the moment of the feminine football and have to struggle by our mates", defends the goalkeeper of the Athletic Club of Bilbao, Ainhoa Tirapu.
"We have to do a work for the rest, no only for us. We can not be inactivas and not struggling by our rights", has aimed the guardameta of the Basque group in front of the present media in the press conference. The strike has for now a support of 93% of the players, many of which that have gathered today in Madrid to express his posture.
The patronal will go back to seat to negotiate
After the communiqué of this Tuesday, it will be necessary to see which is the reaction of the patronal of League, that probably feels to analyse the situation carefully and do the possible for arriving, this time yes, to an agreement with the AFE and the footballers of the First Iberdrola. A thing is clear: the players of the Spanish football are struggling by his rights, and will go on doing it until they attend his demands.