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(en) Spaine: The CNT-AIT of Granada supports the demonstration against the power cuts in Granada. (ca, de, it, pt, tr)[machine translation]

Date Thu, 2 Feb 2023 09:07:45 +0200

The demonstration called for this Saturday, January 28 at 12 noon in the Triumph for the Platform against the power outages of Granada. We encourage the dissemination and participation in this important event, which affects basic and essential aspects of the lives of thousands of neighbors. ---- We disseminate the manifesto that they have published: ---- MANIFESTO AGAINST POWER CUTS IN GRANADA 2023 ---- In January 2023, the year in which Granada will host a European Council, in which culture, science, research and technology transfer are their banners, hundreds of their neighbors continue to suffer avoidable power outages at their homes.
While Endesa gets entangled in excuses and the administrations continue to look the other way, discussing competencies and without implementing effective measures to put an end to this situation, the people who live in the Northern District continue to suffer from the cold due to not being able to light their braziers, they stop studying because without Light is impossible, they can't breathe because their electrical devices don't work with the cuts and their insulin spoils, which has to be kept refrigerated since the fridges don't work either.

The existence of residents of Granada suffering power outages that affect all aspects of their lives in a very important way, especially their health, and assuming a violation of essential rights cannot be consented to by public administrations. Their obligation is to guarantee that the people who live in their territory have a dignified life, which requires having electricity in their homes.

Endesa has, once and for all, to ensure that all the people who are paying their bills have electricity on an equal footing with the rest of the citizens who are also up to date with their payments.

That is why we ask:
- That, immediately, uninterrupted electricity supply be guaranteed to all electrically dependent people who are suffering cuts.
- That an independent mechanism be enabled that allows the dimension of power outages to be evaluated objectively.
- That Endesa be forced to establish a specific customer service line for areas that suffer power outages.
- That an independent audit of the area be carried out.
- That the neighbors participate in the decision-making regarding power outages.
- That the administrations assume their responsibilities and guarantee the rights of citizens, obliging Endesa to comply with its obligations to supply electricity to all families that are up to date with their payments.

We have been fighting this fight for more than 10 years. With more and more intensity and strength. And we will continue until there is not a single home left suffering from power outages. We do it in coordination and in solidarity with the rest of the territories that suffer this violation of rights, such as Iznalloz, Pinos Puente, Almería, Seville, Badalona, Girona and Cañada Real in Madrid, among many others. We know that the power outages we suffer are not specific incidents, but rather structural problems that affect neighborhoods throughout the state.

That is why we want 2023 to be the year in which Granada, like the rest of the neighborhoods in the Spanish State, stop suffering power outages. A 2023 where institutions and administrations guarantee neighborhoods with light, neighborhoods with rights.

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