The City Council of Dénia has held today, via telematics, an extraordinary plenary session in which it has been approved with the votes in favor of the PSPV, Citizens and Compromís, the abstention of Gent de Dénia and the vote against the PP, the new list of jobs of the Dianense consistory.
This new proposal, which replaces the current one dating from 2004, has had a total of 35 allegations, which have been answered in their entirety, as reported by the Councilor for Personnel, Paco Roselló.
Before the only point on the agenda of this plenary session, the spokesman for Gent de Dénia, Mario Vidal, has shown his disagreement with the new RPT, "which has been created more for position by position". Vidal has criticized that it has taken 17 years to make the modification, although he has positively valued the great work done. For the GD spokesperson, the high number of allegations indicates that there has not been a consensus among all the unions. In addition, Vidal has outlined the great difference in salary "uneven" between categories A and D.
From the Popular Party, its leader, María Mut, has shown its vote against the fact that the linguistic requirement is required as such and not as a merit.
Finally, the mayor of Dénia, Vicent Grimalt, has positively valued the "great work" done by the council in order to reach a consensus and improve the situation of each of the workers. Before the allegations presented, 28 of the 35, corresponding to officials themselves, has stated that they have been "35 of a staff of 500", which shows that an attempt has been made to adjust as much as possible to the improvement of employees.