PSP and GNR platform proposes increases of 600 euros paid between this year and 2025

Going from the current 100 to 700 euros

The platform of PSP unions and GNR associations proposes that the supplement that covers the risk increases by 300 euros this year and another 300 in 2025, rising from the current 100 to 700 euros.

The platform sent a counter proposal on Monday to the Ministry of Internal Administration (MAI) so that changes to the supplement for service and risk in the security forces can be discussed in the next round of negotiations, which will take place on June 3.

The spokesperson for the platform that brings together 11 PSP and GNR structures, Bruno Pereira, told Lusa that the police continue to defend the proposal initially presented to MAI, now arguing that the 600 euros increase be paid in phases between this year and 2025.

The platform wants the fixed part of the current supplement for service and risk in the security forces to increase from the current 100 to 700 euros, maintaining the variable part of 20% of the base salary.

The president of the National Union of Police Officers also stated that this is the opposite to the latest proposal presented by the Government to the PSP unions and GNR associations last week.

In the last round of negotiations, the Minister of Internal Administration proposed changing the supplement that already exists in the fixed component from 100 to 280 euros, an increase of 180 euros.

In this sense, the platform proposes 120 euros more than this latest Government proposal, which would be paid this year, and a new increase of 300 euros in 2025.

Currently, the supplement for service and risk in the security forces includes a fixed component of 100 euros and a variable component of 20% of the base salary.

Bruno Pereira also told Lusa that this amount must be paid retroactively to January 2024.

Last week, PSP unions and GNR associations were once again unhappy with the proposal presented by the Minister of Internal Administration, Margarida Blasco, which they considered “the value was very low”.

Since negotiations began in April, the Government has presented three proposals for supplements for police officers.



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