Puerto del Rosario (Fuerteventura) (EFE) sinks”, although he has assured that “we are not going to find an iceberg that sinks it”.
Lloret has once again defended at a press conference the dismissal of the seven councilors of the Canary Islands Coalition who, in his opinion, “out of interest and political strategy, acted by blocking files that had to be given viability in the interest of the island.”
In addition, he has insisted that he did not promote a government with only two members, he and a councilor from the same party (Municipal Assemblies of Fuerteventura (AMF), but that this situation was caused by the departure of the four PP councilors at the end of December after the Nationalists had been fired.
The president of the Cabildo de Fuerteventura has defended the “absolute normality” enjoyed by the processing system of the insular institution in terms of the formation of the government councils.
Lloret thus alluded to a report by the secretary of the Cabildo in which he informed that the organic regulation of the insular institution “should be interpreted in the sense that there is a minimum limit of members of the Governing Council”, which “is three , that is, the president and two directors”, one of whom will act as secretary.
In order to “settle the debate” generated in the media through the publication of reports and requests issued by various members of the corporation, President Lloret has shared the circular sent to all staff.
In it, it is reported that a possible “legal uncertainty can never be created by an act or an administrative resolution” and that “we are not faced with a case where ‘guidelines’ can be issued for officials to follow, since they must know how to act at all times and carry out their work respecting the laws”.
Both in said document and in the public appearance this Thursday, Lloret clarified that “the decision on the existence of a quorum or not for the Island Government Council is made by the secretary-counselor, who has indicated in the minutes since December that he considers The Island Government Council has been legally constituted with the presence of all the members at first call”.
Regarding the reasons why opposition groups have requested information on this situation and issued public statements in this regard, the president has considered that they correspond to “political interests and strategies that should not interfere with the correct development of the activity of this administration.”
He has also responded to a request filed by the Grupo Coalición Canaria, in the opposition, regarding his current employment and administrative relationship with the administration of the island.
A relationship on which he has indicated that “it is the same as when he took office, in March 2021, that is, that of president.”
On the other hand, he has clarified that “the employment relationship has changed since on January 14 of this year he requested Human Resources to process his withdrawal from the General Social Security Regime”, a decision adopted before his imminent paternity , which would occur just a few days later.
“I would have liked not to have to do it and enjoy the six weeks that the legal right to paternity recognizes me, but I had to carry out a balancing exercise between that desire and the needs of the Fuerteventura Cabildo”, he pointed out.
“I don’t think I am the first father in history who has to reconcile his work with caring for the family and that is what I am doing, looking for the best for the administration that I have had to direct, making it compatible with my work as a father,” he said. pointed. EFE