Councillor Borrego hid information in the plenary session of A Coruña

Ignorance or attempted deception led the councillor to read a partial article of a Royal Decree during his speech

BNG councillor Mercedes Queixas asked the following question during last week’s municipal plenary session: Is Mrs. Rey in a position to state that the Councilor for Employment and Education, Juan Ignacio Borrego, is dedicated exclusively to the Council of A Coruña?

Although the question was directed at the mayor, it was Borrego himself who answered the nationalist councillor. Despite being the councillor for Education, he showed a certain lack of training, especially in official and legal matters, since on different occasions he used the term “Ayuntamiento de La Coruña”, an incorrect place name even though they are speaking in Spanish.

The lie or ignorance of Councillor Borrego.

Juan Ignacio Borrego is a well-known voice actor. His job is to read and dramatize scripts. Perhaps that is why his interventions in the plenary session tend to overact. He also forgets that, unlike what happens in a recording studio, any falsehoods he may express in the municipal plenary session imply political responsibility.

In a haughty tone, Borrego responded to the BNG councillor by calling her ignorant. The defensive strategy that he prepared or that was written to him was quite crude. He hid behind Royal Decree 2568/1986, which contains the Regulations for the Organisation, Functioning and Legal Regime of Local Entities, omitting any reference to the Law on Incompatibilities of Personnel in the Service of Public Administrationswhich within its article 2 (scope of application) includes “The personnel at the service of the Local Corporations and the Organizations dependent on them.”

But there is no need to resort to this legal part. Mr. Borrego made a partial reading of the Royal Decree itself that he used for his defense, referring to article 13.3

You can listen to his speech at minute 2:53:10 at this link

“The recognition of exclusive dedication to a member of the Corporationn will require the preferential dedication of the same to the tasks proper to his position, without prejudice to other marginal occupations that, in any case, may not cause detriment to his dedication to the Corporation.” The councillor read.

Borrego hiddeneither out of ignorance or because he tried to deceive us, part of that article, as well as any reference to the Law of Incompatibility. This is the full text of article 13.3 of RD 2568/1986:

“The recognition of exclusive dedication to a member of the Corporationn will require preferential dedication to the tasks inherent to his position, without prejudice to other marginal occupations that, in any case, may not cause detriment to his dedication to the Corporation. In the event that such occupations are paid, a formal declaration of compatibility by the Plenary of the local entity will be required.”

Borrego tried to hide behind a Royal Decree, omitting a higher-ranking law and making a partial reading. All this under the protection of Inés Rey, to whom the question was addressed, but the only credible intervention of the mayor in the plenary session was to complain about the discomfort of the presidential chair.

For those who want or need information, you can consult the Law of Incompatibilities at this link

 
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