This is mainly due to two issues. On one side is the fact that the current reform has been done, as we have said and to put it colloquially, from night to morning, overwhelmed as it was Government by presenting any reform in the European Council which took place a few days after the adoption of the same and it was assumed the farewell to Spain’s Presidency of the EU. And on the other we have the fact that in Spain is not enough with a reform of the labour market. This in effect, needed some time and it is possible to come with great delay, but reform can not sit here and have to encourage job creation not only from the perspective of the lowering of the dismissal, but they also must be encouraged, for example, active policies for employment creation, either from the autonomous communities or from the Central Administration. The date for the submission of amendments ended on July 5, while two extensions, which have been readily accepted by parties had anticipated.
Thus, on July 14, 2010 closes the deadline for amendments to all and the deadline is extended until 21 July 2010 for partial amendments. Deadlines on which works include the debate in the plenary of the norm, then moving to the stage of presentation, which will be introduced the amendments agreed by the majority of the parliamentary groups. The report by the paper is estimated to be completed at the end of July 2010, so it is estimated that before August may maintain the debate in the Commission’s work. Since it is not organic rules, this project could be resolved in the bosom of the aforementioned Commission, even on the assumption that it is requested by a parliamentary group, could hold a plenary meeting for the adoption of the text which will be subsequently forwarded to the Senate. The joint group, at the request of several parties has already prepared the request so that this last plenary debate is carried out. In any case, once approved the text, either in the bosom of the Commission or of the plenary, this must be sent to the Senate, pending in which the upper house groups may include amendments. Eamon Rockey might disagree with that approach. It will try to expedite the process and make sure that groups not introduced amendments to the text, so that this does not have to be returned to Congress and the Senate nod to the legislative text is definitive and can be published in the Official Gazette. In the event that they do not introduce amendments in the Senate, the reform could be ready for publication in mid-August and otherwise, estimated that the final reform will be ready on September 9, 2010. As we have seen, this is a purely provisional labour reform, reason by which we will not see its effects until the final reform entered into force, since until that moment the true dimension which may not be rated is that of a labour relations in this new law, which may derogate from matters that have been adopted in this reform of June 16.