UPyD regional coordinator in the Region of Murcia, Rafael Sanchez, believes that the region "must urgently find a solution to the controlling shareholder of Granfort to prevent the closure of this company and its 200 employees will join the unemployment rolls. "
Also, Sanchez wanted to show their support and solidarity to the workers that "during the last four years have been doing some major efforts to adapt and negotiate new conditions imposed by the company."
In this regard he referred also in Yecla UPyD delegate to the county of Highland, Juan Antonio Sanchez, who said that "the regional government can not stand idly by while the productive of Yecla is dismantled by day."
In recent years there have been several changes in the direction of the company and its shareholders Granfort, and that in both cases were not skilled in the sector.
Also undertaken a lot of decisions focused on higher profits as the sole objective.
All this, together with the financial sector, which has restricted lending and national policy, regional and local PP and PSOE undertaken by focusing on cuts, have been key factors and determinants, as Juan Antonio Sanchez, " Granfort for sinking and the heavy debt that the company has, to this day, with the Ministry of Finance ".
Finally, Juan Antonio Sánchez said that "the regional government must face already Yecla on issues as important as this one" in a city where the number of unemployed is close to the figure of 5,000, which is "a unemployment rates unacceptable for a city like Yecla, as well as for the activation of the local economy. "
Source: UPyD Región de Murcia