So far in the current administration, 27 public servers of the capital have been sanctioned by different administrative proceduresannounced the head of the Internal Control Body of the Municipality of Querétaro, Javier Rodríguez Uribe.
From 2021 to 2023, a total of 13 public servants have been suspended and 14 disqualifiedmainly for not going to work, or for not showing up for the training or courses that are required of them.
“During the years 2021-2023, so far in this administration, we have had various public servants sanctioned by administrative procedures, in a very specific way there are 13 public servants suspended and 14 disqualified,” reported.
In the particular case of the 14 disqualified public servants, he pointed out that six of them correspond to issues of workplace sexual harassment and harassment, situations for which they were immediately removed from office.
“The municipal president has been very decisive in This type of work environment is not allowed, and we have been instructed to immediately and exemplarily sanction these servants and that is why they have been disqualified from carrying out their duties,” Indian.
Besides, 349 public servants have been reprimanded, mostly for not submitting their asset declarations on time; “That is, it is not that they have failed to present them, but that they did not do so within the deadlines that the law itself establishes.”
“The General Law of Responsibilities provides for the issue of reprimand as a sanction, the reprimand itself is a call for attention to public servants; “In this administration we have 349 public servants reprimanded,” said.
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As of today, these 349 public servants have already submitted their asset declaration; That is why they were only reprimanded, because if they had not presented it, they would have been removed from office immediately, he explained.
“Fortunately, public servants have shown willingness and presented their declaration once it was requested by the Internal Control Body, thus making their financial resources transparent,” he concluded.