The salary of advisers to the Council of Ourense is already close to one million euros

The salary of advisers to the Council of Ourense is already close to one million euros
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This past week, a union from the Council of Ourense, CCOO, proposed that the mayor and his advisors not collect the April payroll – which has just been entered – and donate it until the “unbearable situation” that It has left 180 workers without 40% of their salaries. But how many advisors are there? There are 27 temporary staff positions occupied, the maximum allowed by law (there were 11 before Jácome arrived), which, still pending the salary increases planned for 2024 and the delays to be applied in 2023, will increase spending to million euros annually only in trusted personnel, without counting the remuneration of the councilors.

The list of temporary personnel to which this newspaper has had access – since the City Council has not updated the list of trusted personnel for months – shows that the maximum allowed for a city like Ourense has been reached.

Ourensana Democracy has 19 people including advisors and political assistants, plus a DO coordinator (Eloy Mojón), a recently arrived communications director (Fernando Casanova) and a chief of staff (Susana Gómez Valencia), all of them with salaries of 42,859.32 euros. Furthermore, in recent weeks he has exchanged two advisors in the Council and Provincial Council, with Chiqui Gutiérrez ending up in the Praza Maior and Rubén Pena moving to the Pazo Provincial.

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The rest are divided into eight other trusted people for their work in the opposition. The PP and the PSOE have three each and the BNG, 2.

Only the positions of trusted personnel of the government team are close to 700,000 euros, which added to the positions of the managerial positions created (Artificial Intelligence, Human Resources and General Coordinator) already reaches 900,000 euros.

All these representatives continue to receive their salary, while At least 180 municipal workers have suffered non-payment of a large part of their March and April payrolls, since the inaction of the government team has meant that neither firefighters nor police have received the bonuses in those two months. “A tremendous spring awaits us, in which the situation will worsen and we will see when they will receive their corresponding salary,” ventures a union representative.

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