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Summary of the matters approved by the Plenary of the Corporation held today, Thursday, June 8, 2017 (08/06/2017)

The Plenary of the Corporation held today began with the inauguration as councilman Sheila Escudero Alcaraz, who replaces Carlos Jimenez in the municipal group of Citizens-C's.

He also learned of the resignation of former councilor Antonio Luengo, who was appointed director general of the Mar Menor, which has motivated a reorganization of the delegations among the councilors of the Government team that the plenary also learned.

In the new organization of delegations, the powers in Urbanism, Environment and Heritage are assumed by now Councilman Antonio Marcelo Martínez who continues to lead Tourism and Beaches;

Trade, Employment and Local Development.

Antonio Marcelo Martínez will no longer be in charge of Consumption and Markets that pass to Pedro López, who keeps Festejos and Estadística, in addition to receiving the delegation of Parque Móvil.

The delegations of Personnel and Internal Regime will pass to Carlos Albaladejo who maintains Finance and Corporate Communication.

Albaladejo also receives the delegation of Pedanías and will leave Sports that passes to Estíbaliz Masegosa that maintains Youth, Equality and Women, and Social Services.

The delegation of Sanctions passes to Teresa Foncuberta that maintains Citizen Security, Contracting, Traffic and Contracting.

David Martinez continues to lead Culture, Museums, Crafts, Civic Center and New Technologies.

Maria Dolores Ruiz maintains the coordination of Public Services, Parks and Gardens, and Prevention of Occupational Hazards, and leaves Pedanías and Parque Móvil.

Accession to the FEMP Hiring Center

The Plenum unanimously approved the adhesion of the City of San Javier to the Central of Contracting of the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces that will allow to contract works, services and supplies offered by the aforementioned Central "as long as it is of interest to The municipality since it does not imply any obligation, "explained the Councilor for Contracting, Teresa Foncuberta, who highlighted the advantages of economic saving and simplification of administrative procedures.

Award to the actress Aitana Sánchez Gijón

There was also unanimity of all groups to finally approve the award of the 48th International Festival of Theater, Music and Dance of San Javier to the actress Aitana Sánchez Gijón "for their extensive and successful career," recalled the Councilor for Culture, David Martinez.

The Prize will be presented to him on 6 August for his participation in the Festival with the work "Troyanas" by Euripides, directed by Carmen Portacceli.

Accession to the OMEP Manifest of Equality of Opportunity

The Councilor for Equality and Women, Estíbaliz Masegosa presented a motion of the Popular Group, which received the support of all municipal groups, approving the commitment and commitment of the City of San Javier with the Manifesto for Equal Opportunities between Women and Men, prepared by the Organization of Women Entrepreneurs and Professionals of Murcia (OMEP).

The agreement includes the commitment of the City Council to inform and train the students of the training programs for employment and entrepreneurship, on the rights to reconcile work, family and personal life.

It also expresses the adoption of commitments such as the development of workshops and information campaigns on co-responsibility in the care tasks directed at men, promoting among entrepreneurs the implementation of conciliation measures and supervising the fulfillment of conciliation rights among the companies awarded Contracts with the City.

Motion Related to Blue Flags

The Councilor for Tourism and Beaches, Antonio Martínez presented a motion of the Popular Group in which the Governing Council of the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia is urged to study and take in collaboration with the European Foundation for Environmental Education. Considering the approach to the summer period of water analysis and the award of blue flags to the beaches, in order that these surveys can be adjusted in a more concrete way to the current situation of the same.

The motion was approved with the favorable votes of the Popular Group, Winning San Javier and the non-attached councilman;

The abstention of the Socialist Group and the vote against the Citizens-C's Group.

The Socialist Group tabled an amendment before the vote in which it broadened the subject of the motion "to address the substance of the problem by adopting other measures".

The amendment was rejected with the votes against the non-attached councilor and the Popular Group, considering both that distorted the motion specifically referred to a procedural issue in the assessment of parameters for the granting of blue flags.

Temperature map for schools

The Socialist Group presented a motion that was unanimously approved by all groups in which the Ministry of Education and Universities are urged to make a map of temperatures in schools.

The Ministry is also urged to condition all educational centers supported by public funds, with the necessary means to ensure optimal temperatures in workplaces.

The motion was approved with an amendment presented by the Citizens-C's Group in which the Ministry is urged to provide the necessary technical personnel in the Department of Occupational Risks to develop the aforementioned temperature map.

The motion recalls that below 17 degrees and above 27, the temperature directly affects the performance of both students and teachers.

School Planning Act

With the votes of the Socialist Group, Ganar San Javier and the non-attached councilman and the abstention of the Popular Group and the Citizens-C's Group, a motion was passed by the Socialist Group urging the regional government to negotiate with the rest Of political forces with parliamentary representation a School Map of the Region of Murcia and the approval of a Law of School Planning.

The agreement includes urging the regional government that the newly created classrooms that they propose for the municipality be carried out in centers of public character and not in concerted centers.

The motion was approved with an amendment to remove the non-attached council member to delete one of the points in which the regional government was urged to stop applying Article 2 of the Royal Decree Law on Urgent Measures to Rationalize Public Spending "because You can ask the government not to respect the law. "

Popular spokesman, Carlos Albaladejo rejected the distinction between public and concerted centers "because each year new units are opened according to the existing demand in each center".

Plenary recognition of municipal employees for their work during the floods

All the municipal groups agreed to support the proposal made to plenary by the mayor, José Miguel Luengo, in recognition and appreciation for the work carried out by municipal workers, as well as institutions and private entities during the flood episode suffered in San Javier in December 2016. The mayor recalled that "the normalization of the life of the municipality in such a few days was possible thanks to the personal involvement of many employees of the City Council that in addition to the congratulations they have already received, must be recognized Express in your personal records ".

The agreement approved by the Plenary manifests "the recognition and gratitude of the Plenary of the Corporation, in the name and representation of the town of San Javier, to each of the municipal employees involved in those delicate moments, in consideration of the effort, dedication and services Provided on the occasion of the catastrophic floods of December 2016. "

Institutional statement on the occasion of LGTBI Pride Day

The Plenum approved a joint motion by all the municipal political groups, presented by the Councilor for Equality and Women, Estíbaliz Masegosa, with an institutional statement on the occasion of the International LGTBI Pride Day, which recognizes that "it is necessary to move towards recognition And universal protection of sexual diversity, developing policies that ensure the equality of all people regardless of their sexual orientation and gender identity. "

Among the resolutions of the motion is that the City of San Javier recognizes the need to invest in policies in favor of sexual diversity and non-discrimination of people because of their sexual orientation or gender identity through the development of programs and projects Care, information, training and awareness that make our cities and towns safe spaces for sexual diversity.

It also reaffirms the commitment of the City Council with the human rights of which sexual diversity is a part, and expresses concern and condemnation at the increase in the number of attacks on people of the LGTBI collective in our country, reaffirming the commitment to work to respond adequately to this situation .

Source: Ayuntamiento de San Javier

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