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Urralburu demands that the Regional Government comply with the Transparency Law and immediately cease the former PP mayor of Blanca, Rafael Laorden (22/11/2017)

After learning that the Prosecutor has requested the punishment of four years in prison for the former mayor of Blanca, of the PP, Rafael Laorden;

who is currently an advisor in the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Environment of the CARM, the Secretary General of Podemos Región de Murcia has demanded that the Regional Government "immediately cease Laorden in its current activity" as dictated by Article 54 of the Law of Transparency and Good Government of the Region of Murcia.

Urralburu has indicated that it is at least curious that the Regional Government Councilor and Spokesperson, Noelia Arroyo presented last week a document to establish an open Government Plan, and "place the Region at the forefront of transparency and participation", while They conceal accused as senior officials of the Public Administration "

Oscar Urralburu noted that the Regional Government "relocated Rafael Laorden, former mayor of Blanca del PP as a bullfighting adviser to the Ministry of Culture with a salary of 40,000 euros, as a reward for services rendered for more than 20 years as mayor of the municipality of Blanca, where he promoted the construction of an illegal dump, causing serious damage to a ZEPA and SCI area "now, Urralburu added," the Prosecutor claims four and a half years in jail for the construction of that illegal dump in the municipality of Blanca a person who works precisely for a Ministry whose competence is also that of the Environment "

Urralburu has pointed out that these measures are "old politics in its purest form".

Some of these advisers appointed to finger by the advisers are imputed expelled from the city councils where they governed and that the Popular Party has had to relocate.

Thus, the spokesman of the parliamentary group of Podemos, has emphasized the compliance with Article 54 of the Law of Transparency and Good Governance of the Region, which dictates that:

When a public office elected or subject to a freely appointed appointment knows, in a reliable manner, that a competent court or tribunal has adopted an order establishing its procedural status as an accused or equivalent legal figure for the alleged commission of the crimes contemplated in articles 404 to 444 or 472 to 509 of the current Penal Code, it will be understood that his stay in the position is incompatible with the trust that must be transferred to the citizenship on the validity of the ethical principles and with the obligation of preserving the prestige of the institutions.

2. This way it will also understand it in the case of the positions subject to appointment of free designation, who has the power to relieve it.

Thus, Urralburu recalled that "once again it is proven that the Popular Party places the interests of its friends above the needs of the people." He cuts back on social investment at his own discretion and maintains freely appointed positions that can be filled. by career officials "For this reason, Oscar Urralburu has demanded the immediate cessation of Rafael Laorden as an adviser to the government, since" it is intolerable that the PP continue to hold a public office, with a salary that we all pay, to a person who has an oral trial accused of promoting an illegal dumping site "

Finally he has stated that "As much as they try to hide the reality of the PP is in the courts, so they have to be outside the Institutions, and in this case the Public Administration for democratic health and in compliance with the Law of Transparency of the Region of Murcia ".

Source: Podemos Región de Murcia

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