Andalucia Workers Union to explain corruption accusation

Francisco Fernández Sevilla, UGT-A

The Secretary General of the UGT (General Workers Union), Cándido Méndez has given the UGT-A, their delegation in Andalucia, until January 9 to explain irregularities in the accounts.  There will be an extraordinary meeting of the executive committee to ‘debate and analise the situation.’

Francisco Fernández Sevilla, Secretary General of the UGT-A since last April, has said he will not resign, despite various potential corruption charges hanging over his head. Some people who signed a petition calling for his resignation through have declared that they have since received pressure from the management of the UGT.





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