The Permanent Council of Congress will debate on Wednesday 3 April, from 11:30 hours, the validation or abrogation of six royal decrees-laws on Brexit, measures related to housing and rent; Equal employment opportunities; Fight against precarious employment, regulation of temporary work enterprises for their adaptation to the port stowage activity, and destination of the surplus of the autonomous Communities and local entities, all of them approved in Council of Ministers during the Meetings held throughout the month of March.
First of all, the Royal Decree-Law 5/2019, of 1 March, will be discussed, by which contingency measures are taken in the face of the withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union without the agreement provided for in article 50 of the Trafficking. of the EU. These measures are aimed at two objectives: to preserve the interests of the citizens, Spaniards and Britons, who exercised their right to freedom of movement before the date of withdrawal and to preserve the normal development of trade flows and the interests of Spain, although it also provides rules for police and judicial cooperation.
The following will be the recognition of the Royal Decree Law 7/2019, of 1 March, of urgent measures in the area of housing and rent, which seeks to offer greater security and certainty to the tenant, to encourage the supply of rental housing and to support the Most vulnerable groups. To this end, it is envisaged the extension of the compulsory extension of three to five years in case the lessor is a natural person and to seven years in case of being a legal person and the variation of the CPI is established as ceiling to the annual update of the price of the Leasing, among other solutions.
Thirdly, the Royal Decree-law 6/2019, of 1 March, shall be deliberated from urgent measures to ensure equal treatment and opportunities between women and men In Employment and occupation, with the aim of eliminating the wage gap, and ensuring the Family and Labor reconciliation and stewardship.
Finally, the members of the Permanent Council will debate the Royal Decree-law 8/2019, of 8 March, of urgent measures of protection and of fight against the precariousness work in the working day. Among Other provisions, the standard proposes extending social protection and establishing incentives to promote employability.
It has Also been included in the agenda the Royal Decree-Law 9/2019 amending the Law 14/1994, of 1 June, which regulates the temporary work, for its adaptation to the activity of Port stevedoring and concludes the legal adaptation of the RÉGIM Of the workers for the delivery of the Port goods handling service, approved at the last Council of Ministers.
Finally, the Royal Decree-Law 10/2019, of 29 March, will be debated, by which the destination of the surplus of Autonomous Communities and of the Local Entities for financially sustainable investments is extended to 2019 and other measures are taken in relation to the Staff functions of Local Entities with national qualification.
Once decreed the dissolution of the Chambers of the XII Legislature, on March 5, terminates the mandate of the Deputies elected on June 26, 2016, except that of the members of the Permanent Deputation, an organ of special nature to which it is appropriate to ensure l The powers of the Chamber when it is not assembled.
This body plays a role as a substitute for the Plenary of Congress so that certain and special functions are not neglected when the Congress has been dissolved or has expired its mandate. The Regulation of the House limits these cases to the convalidation of the decree-laws dictated by the Government, and with the information, authorization and declaration, according to the cases, of the states of alarm, exception and site.
The composition of the Permanent Deputation is agreed at the beginning of each legislature. Its Table is formed by the president of the Congress, Ana Pastor, the first and second Vice-Presidents, Ignacio Ignites and Micaela Navarro; And the first and second secretaries, Alicia Sánchez-Camacho and Gloria Elizo. The vowels are the deputies designating each parliamentary group according to the distribution proportional to the composition of the Plenary. It is composed of 24 members of the People’s Group, 15 of the Socialist Group; 12 United We Can-EC-EM; 6 of Citizens, 2 of ERC, 1 of the PNV and 4 of the Mixed Group.