Antonio Losada, Representative of Canviem Entre Tots (CET) in the city of Dénia, propueso Monday to pay full municipal rebate 10% councilors who are not released, as has been done with the council released and the first Dianense mayor.
It was the highlight of the first plenary session of the new corporation presiding Vicent Grimalt, Which they were due to approve the salaries of councilors and staff released, and the frequency of plenary sessions.
Losada was pleased with the reduction established by the government team, but requested that it be extended to other councilors and does not know the work they have to perform. Councilors not released 215 euros charge for attending plenary sessions (the extraordinary, like Monday are not charged), and 140 euros for attending informative commissions.
To this request, the mayor asked to submit a motion check to be studied by the Department of Economic Services of the consistory.
The first plenary session of the Vicent Grimalt legislature also had numerous public assistance thanks to the time change (19 hours). At the end, the mayor opened the floor to the citizens, who were surprised to see that the secretary left the room without recording the participation of the attendees.
Asked why, Grimalt showed its commitment that, if not record, those responsible shall take into account the suggestions of citizens participating in each session.