Board commitment to dissolve the Foundation and De la Torre said that attempts to "dilute" their responsibility.
The Provincial Delegate for Culture, Manuel Garcia, has said that the mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre, trying to "dilute" their responsibility among the other trustees of the Foundation Malaga Cultural City in August about the resignation of then manager Javier Ferrer. Has indicated that this foundation was born with a purpose "and unreachable", so it has held that "there is no point keeping, sto credits, it."
Garcia said Tuesday that such a waiver, submitted in August, "wise" in rrence to the ruler, and blind us to others "and has stated that if they knew" by rumors and evidence "that there were" disagreements and differences criteria "between Ferrer and the president of the Foundation, Juan Lopez-Cohard. "It was hiding information that employers and is sufficiently important," he, final fantasy xiv gil, noted.
"The mayor tries not to take responsibility and diluted among all others as something shared," said the delegate, who has added a Europa Press that Foster "was a person of his inner circle of confidence and I think it is a of the things that most bothers the mayor, because it is a, tera gold, person appointed by him, he has failed. "
He insisted that the experience of collaboration to advance cultural city projects is "positive" but that the objective of the Foundation "and is unreachable", which is why he opted to continue working but through the Foundation society "where they there is a strategic line linked to Malaga and culture "and the representation of groups is" more widely. "
These comments came after De la Torre said Monday that employers knew that there had been "the problems of misunderstanding" between the president of the Foundation and the manager, and despite what they say now, were in accordance with first about "the subject does not transcend obvious reasons that could affect the position of the jury."
For his part, President of the Deputation, Salvador Banner, also claimed that "nobody ever, officially or not confidential, I said nothing" about the Aug. 11 resignation of manager Malaga City Cultural Foundation, criticizing that De la Torre maintained that the employer knew the waiver.