SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Dec. 10 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Popular Party will insist on asking the Government of the Canary Islands for explanations for the so-called Masks case, for which the Canary Islands Health Service (SCS) paid 4 million euros in advance for the acquisition of one million masks that were never delivered .
The people’s deputy Carlos Ester has stressed that these are contracts investigated by the Justice “despite the tricks of the Torres Executive in burying him without assuming any responsibility for this fraud.”
Carlos Ester will request the appearance of the counselor Julio Pérez, the head of Health when the irregularities in the acquisition of sanitary material were committed, and will ask him if he knows the reasons why three auditors rejected the draft report made by the technicians of the Hearing of Accounts in which the anomalous behavior of the regional Executive was denounced.
“This document confirms numerous anomalies, such as exceeding the spending limit or investing up to 14 million in sanitary material without being accountable to anyone,” explained Ester, for whom no matter how much “Ángel Víctor Torres tries to hide this matter, the truth is that there are still many questions in the air and the canaries have the right to know the whole truth”.
In the control session with the Government, the spokesman for the Popular Parliamentary Group, Manuel Domínguez, will ask President Torres about the causes of the “failure” of the plan to create new social and health places in the Canary Islands, while the deputy Lorena Hernández will be interested in the forecast for the reception of the 30 million extraordinary employment plan for the volcanic eruption of La Palma.
For their part, the people’s deputies Miguel Ángel Ponce and Astrid Pérez will question those responsible for Health and Housing, respectively, about the situation of the 2022 Extraordinary Public Employment Offer (OPE) for Health and about the status of processing of the public housing of Los Geranios, in Arrecife.
Within the block of Non-Legal Propositions (PNL), the deputy Carlos Ester will request the support of the Chamber so that the Canary Islands Government reduces the Canary Islands General Indirect Tax (IGIC) from 7 to 3% on physical activity services and with the aim of facilitating access and continuity to an activity with great benefits for citizens.
Finally, Australia Navarro will request the support of the Chamber so that the Government of the Canary Islands urges the Government of Spain to immediately review, by way of urgency, the so-called Law of yes is yes, so that those who commit sexual crimes can have, as soon as possible, the same penalties that were in force until September 2022, and that have been reduced with the current regulation.