After more than a month of negotiations, the unions, to which the court officers are affiliated, decided to strike on the grounds that an agreement could not be reached.
Around 45,000 court officials across the country have left their jobs as of today to put pressure on the left coalition government.
Many cases have been postponed due to the actions taken by the civil servants and judges and prosecutors at regular intervals until now.
According to the unions, the hearings of nearly 500 thousand cases have been postponed due to the actions so far, while more than 30 million judicial proceedings have been delayed.
Judges and prosecutors, who reached an agreement with the Ministry of Justice last week, gave up on going on an indefinite strike in exchange for a gross monthly increase of 450 euros, as well as improving working conditions.
In the face of high inflation that has been effective in Spain for the last two years, the court officials, who have not yet agreed on their salary increase demands, announced that they will hold demonstrations and demonstrations in different places during the week as part of the indefinite strike they started.
Officers gathered in front of the Ministry of Justice in the capital Madrid today announced that they will take action in front of the parliament building tomorrow.