We can and IU-V in the Region of Murcia have announced this Monday the presentation of a complaint for an alleged buggy crime committed by the regional president Fernando Lopez Miras. All this after the digital Infoliber published a news item at the beginning of June in which, say these parties, that their steps to “strain” on the waiting lists of the Murcian Health Service to a relative of the secretary general of the PP at the national level, Teodoro Garcia Egea.
They say it is “a please treat that meets all the characteristics of an alleged crime of bribery. “According to the regional coordinator of Podemos and national deputy for the Region of Murcia, Javier Sánchez Serna, President López Miras carried out “a management that was clearly outside its powers Y outside of official protocols, with the aim of skipping the waiting lists “.
The coordinator of Podemos has recalled that while the time of average wait for a surgical operation It was almost 93 days in April, “the relative of the general secretary of the PP was operated just 6 days after the president’s mediation López Miras. “He says that this is” an insult to the more than 22,000 people who were waiting for an operation in April, many of them seriously ill, and who wait their turn without resorting to illicit pressure or shenanigans. “
For his part, the IU regional coordinator, Jose Luis Alvarez Castellanos, has recalled that the crime of bribery is carried out when it interferes “in the proper functioning of the Administration with the influence of disturbing interests.” To that end, the complaint seeks determine if there was an interference in said proper functioning.
The PP has responded to this information by referring to the statement they already made on June 8 in which they denied this information. According to the popular, at all times established medical protocols have been followed and a decontextualized private conversation. This is why the PP filed a complaint for the information published, which they consider false, and for illegitimate interference in personal privacy.