Judicial police inspectors have raised the pay gap.

 Judicial police inspectors have raised the pay gap.

The Government's proposal is highly controversial.

 Judicial police inspectors have raised the pay gap.


Judicial police inspectors, who play a key role in the fight against corruption, are dissatisfied with the basic salaries proposed in the new statute for professional jobs, which may be ratified by the government in the cabinet next Thursday. According to the Prime Minister, one of the rewards that is worth cashing out pj inspectors is the premise that when they reach the seventh step of their careers, they will earn 200 euros a month less than specialists, despite the difference between the two.


The government has already submitted three legal proposals to the Criminal Investigation Officers' Association of the Judicial Police (ASFIC), without any changes in the value of the base salary. For PJ inspectors, according to a source familiar with the situation, it is necessary for the government to submit a proposal that includes measures to enhance the professional life of PJ inspectors.


Given the increase in spending due to the increase in salaries, the final decision will depend on Antonio Costa, the Prime Minister, and Mario Centeno, the Finance Minister. If the government does not appreciate the proposal, THE PJD inspectors may extend the strike to overtime, which is scheduled to be held on August 2.


Asked on Monday whether the new statute for PJ inspectors would go to the cabinet on Thursday and whether changes had been made to the proposal, the Ministry of Justice did not respond, until the end of this edition. Contact, ASFIC has not commented.