SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, 10 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Control Board of Radiotelevisión Canaria (RTVC) has not achieved a sufficient majority this Wednesday in a second vote to obtain the endorsement of the Plenary of the Canary Islands Parliament, which has rejected for the fourth time the candidates proposed by the different parliamentary groups.
Taking into account that yesterday the vote did not reach the majority of 3/5 of the Chamber that establishes Law 13/2014, of December 26, on Public Radio and Television of the Canary Islands, this Wednesday a second vote.
On this occasion, the Board obtained 32 votes in favor, 10 against and 28 abstentions, an insufficient result to reach a majority, so the candidacy of the new general director of the public entity has not been put to a vote either.
The RTVC Control Board was to be composed of Luz Belinda Giraldo, Alfonso Campoamor, proposed by the PSOE; Francisco Pomares and Cristina Vera, at the proposal of the Canary Coalition; Jorge Rodríguez, for the Popular Party; Rosi Morera, for Nueva Canarias, and Carmen Medina, for ASG.