The Andalusian Parliament claims from Podemos the money it used to pay for the houses of its deputies

United We Can Andalusia will have to return to Autonomous Parliament 20.000 euros of the irregular rent and payment of bills for two floors in Seville for its eight deputies during the stage of Teresa Rodriguez, now in Forward Andalusia. In addition, they will have to make a donation of 700 euros to an NGO.

The inspection report of the specific accounting of the parliamentary groups is the document that reveals this irregularity on the part of Teresa Rodriguez when I was in front of United We Can Andalusia. And, according to the aforementioned document, these expenses are “incompatible” with the subsidies received by the political groups of the Andalusian Autonomous Chamber of the budgets of the Andalusian Parliament.

It was last September when the General Intervention of the Andalusian Parliament demanded the return of almost 20,000 euros that were used irregularly for the rent of two floors in Sevilla between July and December 2020. These expenses, according to the aforementioned report, are “Incompatible” with the operating funds of a parliamentary group and the maintenance of a house, since the deputies already receive up to 2,000 euros if they do not have their habitual residence in Sevilla, where the Andalusian Parliament is housed.

The Bureau of Parliament It has not yet formally filed the request for reimbursement to those responsible, according to The problem: that the current leaders of United We Can, led by Martina Velarde, are not those who were in the stage of Teresa Rodríguez. In fact, the majority of regional deputies who were in the stage of the now leader of Adelante Andalucía went with her to this convergence formed by Anticapitalists and more Andalusian communist and nationalist parties.

In total, the expense amounts, according to the aforementioned medium, to 16,185 euros for leasing between July and December 2020, to which must be added 2,032 euros for cleaning and 1,069 euros in gas and electricity bills. Total, 19.287,01 euros.

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