SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, May 4. (EUROPE PRESS) –
The Government of the Canary Islands has authorized, at the request of the Ministry of Ecological Transition, Fight against Climate Change and Territorial Planning, different credit modifications for the execution or completion of four hydraulic projects on the islands of La Gomera and Tenerife.
From the Executive they emphasize that three of these four projects are related to the Next Generation funds of the European Union (EU).
Thus, in the first place, multi-year spending is authorized to cover the cost related to the contracting of construction projects for the sanitation and purification of wastewater in the municipalities of Alajeró and Valle Gran Rey, on the island of La Gomera.
The following two cases have to do with authorizations for multi-year expenses to undertake the work on the sewerage and rainwater network of the Central-Guargacho sector, in San Miguel de Abona, and the regional sanitation system of the west or sewage collector project of Tamaimo, in Santiago del Teide.
These two interventions are part of the island of Tenerife and between the two they exceed a budget of seven million euros.
The latest budget increase, outside the scope of the Next Generation funds, has to do with the direct subsidy to the Cabildo de La Gomera for the development of the drinking water tank in San Sebastián de La Gomera, with an amount of 4.5 million of euros.
Section 3 of article 49 of Law 11/2006, of the Canary Islands Public Treasury, confers competence on the Government so that, in especially justified cases, it can agree to modify the percentages, increase the number of annual payments or authorize the acquisition of Expenditure commitments to be met in subsequent years in the event that there is no initial credit.