The spokesman and deputy of VOX Asturias, Ignacio Blanco, and the councilor of VOX Siero, Alejandro Álvarez, after learning first-hand about the situation suffered by farmers with veterinarians in the area, transferred their support from VOX Asturias "to a group that works eagerly and only receive ill-treatment, obstacles and problems from some veterinarians of the Pola de Siero Comarcal Agrarian Office ”. "From the VOX Asturias Parliamentary Group we are going to demand explanations from the Minister for Rural Affairs and Territorial Cohesion" in the Asturian Parliament. Likewise, the spokesman has announced that "VOX Asturias has presented a request for appearance and an urgent question to the counselor so that he can account for these events that we know have been transferred to the counseling department."
In this sense, the spokesman recalled that "we are not facing an isolated case, there are hundreds of firms that demand a solution to these attitudes that are systematically denied by those responsible for the Ministry who turn a deaf ear to the clamor of professionals in the sector ». Ignacio Blanco has transferred "the affection and support of VOX to Asturian farmers, especially after the events of recent weeks, which he described as significant". "It is intolerable that cattle ranchers see a shipment of cattle delayed by the mere will of a veterinarian, with the costs of maintaining the cattle and the risks that this decision entails, so we consider that the person responsible should be investigated and, in his case, of sanctions contemplated among others, in the Basic Statute of the Public Employee (EBEP) ».
"It is shameful," continues Blanco, "that in the face of legitimate complaints from the livestock sector, the regional government responds with arrogance or jocularity, which becomes especially important when we speak of certain people who held maximum political responsibilities with the Socialist Party in the past legislature"
"Livestock farming is a sector hit by the crisis in the sector and now by the disastrous management of the coronavirus and it requires all facilities, a reduction in the bureaucratic burden and, ultimately, the support that the Principality's socialist government does not provide them," he concluded. the spokesperson.

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