Morales: Supreme Court ruling shows how the Government of Rajoy has been disastrous for Gran Canaria
The sentence “highlights the abandonment to which the PP ( Partido Popular ) has subjected the Canary Islands, especially Gran Canaria, because it was a flagrant breach”, in the opinion the Supreme Court.
“The residents of La Aldea had delays in the execution of the road forcing them to be isolated for many months,” said the president, adding that the state “deliberately” failed to comply.
The Executive of Mariano Rajoy acted against the reports of the State Advocacy, which did not recommend that the agreement be unilaterally suspended because, as the sentence says, “there is no doubt about the binding nature of the collaboration agreements”, which gives an idea of the irresponsibility of the performance.
The central government must now pay €138 million relating just to the year 2012, indicating the size of the central governments transgressions in the eyes of the law.