Manuel García García, President of the Caja-Astur Association, informed
about the problems faced by the staff from Asturia’s Savings Bank and
regarding those retired with a complementary social insurance society. It
must be said that a complaint has been registered in the Insurance General
Directive. Also a study regarding the proposition of representation
by law of Retired workers and pensioners before the Regulation of Pension
Plans and Pension Funds was presented.
Juan Carlos Cavaller, Tax Inspector in Valencia, gave a speech, considered
a master class by the assistants, about “dwelling and pensions.
Through the President’s
proposal it was approved to name José Barberá Blesa, President of the CAM
Retired Staff Association, Vice-President of the Spanish Federation. In
addition, the naming of our mate Julio Barrera García as the General
Secretary was also approved.
Finally, as a finishing
touch, the President recalled our mate’s, Vicente Romero, achievements
while he was the President of the Spanish Federation, and he was given the
Federation’s Golden broach. After he’s gratitude speech, the guest of
honour read a poem belonging to his latest book published by the CAM. In
addition, the General Assembly decided to grant the Federation’s golden
broaches to Mrs. Rita Barberà Nolla, Mayoress of Valencia and to Mr. José
Luis Olivas, President from Bancaja.
Bancaja offered a
magnificent closing dinner in the City of Arts and Sciences of Valencia
the “Prince Philip’s” Museum, in the area reserved for great events know
as “high street”. Finally a valencian folklore exhibition was offered by
the group “Grup de Danses LO RAT PENAT” and ending with a firework set
piece. From here we congratulate our mates form the Bancaja Association
for the perfect result.