Sí Podemos Canarias in the Cabildo denounces “the opacity surrounding the projects developed by the Technological and Renewable Energy Institute (ITER)”. The group, which supports the island government from the outside, questions “the status of the more than 80 initiatives announced by the Minister of Innovation”, Enrique Arriaga, and criticizes “the lack of transparency” in this public company, “which is reflected in the Board of Directors”.
Sí Podemos Canarias criticizes that Innovation has not responded to «the request for information, together with CC and PP, to find out about those projects on which «it is working», according to the counselor in response «to a question from our political group in the plenary session of the month of March.
The purple ones remember that the also vice president of the corporation asserted, “with documents in hand”, that ITER develops more than 80 projects, but “the delay in providing the information makes us suspect that the reality may be different”.
Sí Podemos Canarias points out that “we denounce the lack of transparency that the government group boasts so much about.”
The insular group criticizes “the announcement of undeveloped projects.” They warn that “the company still does not have a qualified technical head to direct it, something that we denounced for two years and has not been resolved.”
The situation of ITER is “worrying” and Sí Podemos Canarias claims that “it must be a leader in the island public sector.” In contrast, “neither leads nor is a benchmark in key issues for the present and future of the Island such as renewable energy.”
The insular group requires the government team “to attend to this request for information quickly, since we have the right to have it to carry out the pertinent audit work.”