The Besay day center is closed, which “leaves orphans of activity to those who came daily to this support service, accompaniment and educational reinforcement for minors from families with difficulties”, according to the Canary Coalition (CC) complaint. His spokesman, Juan Norberto Padilla, reveals “enormous concern” that this generates among family members, even more so at a time when users face the end of the school year?
Padilla explains that the municipal government “verbally justifies this situation before the affected families” with the argument of “not having staff to cover the service”, which, in the opinion of the mayor, is “another sign of the lack of management and planning” of PSOE, Podemos, Sí Se puede and Now Tegueste-Nueva Canarias. An attitude “that, day after day, has very negative consequences for the inhabitants of the municipality.”
Canarian Coalition They urge the immediate reopening and reestablishment “of a relevant service for the affected families and, above all, for the boys and girls who have used it for years.” In addition, they await explanations from the Mayor’s Office and the councilor of the area about what happened, because “we do not understand how this type of situation can happen in which some families are left helpless, without giving real solutions and justifying themselves in problems that, in no way case, they are the fault of the users, who suffer and have to resign themselves to the incompetence of the administration».