While sharing the rest of his diagnosis of the county |
Union, Progress and Democracy in the town of Lorca want to show their opposition to some statements that seem overly simplistic, unrealistic, and extrapolated to all young people about attitudes in a short partial approach to describe today's youth .
UPyD can share the rest of the content of the statements of Pedro Cazorla, while rejecting those on juvetud, because "at the same time it is true that this situation occurs, we have a dual youth.
On the one hand ready generation of our history, one to which we have virtually resigned to emigrate and seek opportunities in Germany, for example, and one who has lost illusion and sometimes act irresponsibly, "said Juan Francisco Romera.
Juan Francisco Romero, head of Youth and Students Group UPyD regional and campaign manager in Lorca "it is curious that these criticisms of youth, which incidentally are accompanied by the spectacular number of unemployed young people are suffering, come from those they just do not hire us.
That is, the president of the entrepreneurs, those who most should emphasize job creation, complains of a number of youth unemployment, more or less, 45% and claims apathy.
How could I not be! ".
To Upyd the economy is unable to hire the hundreds of thousands of young people in Spain each year graduates entering the labor market because we have few innovative companies that need skilled labor, and because investment in R + D + i is insufficient and inconsistent.
It also supports a dual labor market with stable employment and precarious employment protection, which penalizes the young because companies prefer to dismiss any cheap contracts.
The proposal UPyD ago in Spain, and especially for Lorca, is the urgency of a labor reform to end the duality: a single contract the fired more expensive with increasing years worked and encourage firms to hire young people .
It also urges companies to stimulate the creation of dramatically reducing paperwork, ending the crippling regulations and increasing the tax credit for new entrepreneurs.
The UPyD candidate for mayor, Juan Manuel Cabrera, has said it is necessary not to criticize both the consequences of unemployed and disillusioned youth, and that shortcut rather this problem they have inherited.
Juan Manuel Cabrera UPyD argues that young people are one of the backbones of the party, "often said that youth are the future of our societies, and it is true, but it is also true that are also present, and therefore there to act immediately on this problem of youth unemployment, "alleging that a youth and used, will also be a more civil and responsible youth.
Source: UPyD Lorca