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Proposals to Political Parties Concerning Military Personnel in Spain

Abstract – Prior to the upcoming general elections foreseen on 28 April 2019 in Spain, the United Association of Spanish Military (AUME) met with the main national political parties to inform them about the main concerns and goals of military personnel as well to make suggestions regarding their electoral programmes …

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ATME Reaches Collaboration Agreement With The Federation of Municipalities of the Region of Murcia

Abstract – ATME, one of EUROMIL’s Spanish member associations, reached a collaboration agreement with the Federation of Municipalities of the region of Murcia: An agreement in accordance with the provisions of Organic Law 9/2011, of July 27, rights and duties of members of the Armed Forces, by which associations can …

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ATME Meets New Spokesman of Popular Party In Defence Commission

Abstract – On January 22, ATME, one of EUROMIL’s Spanish member associations, organised a meeting at the Congress of Deputies with the spokesman and deputy spokesman of the Popular Party in the Defence Commission, Antonio Gonzalez Terol and Jesus Postigo Quintana, being the first contact with the new spokesman who …

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An Armed Forces Made Up Of Soldiers Paid With Almost 1.000 Euro

Abstract – The salary paid to the soldiers in Spain is between 1.000 and 1.150 Euro, therefore the second lowest salary paid to European soldiers just after the Portuguese. This article narrates the difficulties found by the Spanish soldiers to find a way to reach the end of each month with …

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ATME Meets Javier Cano, Spokesman For The Ciudadanos Defence Commission

Abstract – ATME achieved that the Ciudadanos’s Defence Spokesman studies the proposals of the organisation to include them in the electoral program: Integration of all the scales in the same Law of the Military Career an improvement in economic rewards, validation in the studies achieved within the FAS, are some of the …

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ATME Obtains Sentence that Annuls the Resolutions on Exonerations of Guards, Services and Manoeuvres

Abstract – The Legal Cabinet of ATME “Hebrero y Asociados” has obtained a sentence that annuls the resolutions of the Chief Colonel of the RAMIX 32 and the Commander in Chief of the General Commander Melilla. The full article is available hereunder. For more information, please contact ATME. Con fecha …

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Platform of Women in Spanish Police and Military

Abstract – In October 2018, the first platform about woman in the Police and Military corps was presented in Murcia (Spain). This platform formed by the main trade unions and Professional Associations of Spanish Police, Guardia Civil and Militaries has been created with the aim of showing the principal issues …

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ATME Resorts to Tribunals to Claim the Right of Soldiers Overtime Compensation

Abstract – The Association of Troop and Spanish Seamanship a Contentious Administrative officer has interposed, across his juridical office, in the Top Court of Justice of the Valencian Community. The denunciation is based on an excess of schedule of 646,5h on the year 2017 without any extras perceives economic compensation. …

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ATME Demands Improved Armed Forces Wages

Abstract – From the Association of Troop and Spanish Seamanship there is requested that the wages of the FAS treat each other as a state matter, with independence of the political sways and false electoral promises. The members of the FAS continue being the worse remunerated government employees, as it …

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The Subcommittee of Defence Finishes the Illusions of the Military Men

Abstract – “PP, PSOE, PNV and UPN” join not to give solution to the scale of Troop and Seamanship”, assures Juan Carlos Tamame, president of the Association of Troop and Spanish Seamanship “ATME”. In this report there is detailed that it is accepted to integrate the laws of Troop neither, …

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