If you want -as it seems- to be municipalities that control the requirements for access to a minimum income guaranteed prepared by the Government of Pedro Sánchez, must strengthen the municipal Social Base Services. This is what the president of the Navarre Federation of Municipalities and Councils said in SER, Juan Carlos Castillo. Castillo has also transferred this to the Provincial President María Chivite at the meeting he recently had with her.
The FNMC understands that they are the closest services that assume the assessment of the circumstances that allow access to this income, but ensures that if the municipalities are already at the limit of their possibilities, assuming the access and control of the neighbors to that perception, will require more personnel and better means, otherwise it would be unaffordable.
Castillo has also spoken in “Hora 14 Navarra” about the possibility that the central government allows municipalities to use their remaining cash, a reiterated demand of the Federation at the national level. He assures that the negotiations that are being carried out for this are on the right track, and that the municipalities are aware that certain requirements will have to be imposed for the use of these items. According to Castillo, it would not be logical for those amounts to be released and dedicated “to building a sports hall.”