• With a professional and economic incentive plan for agents who want to provide their services in rural areas

The Popular Parliamentary Group has presented a Proposal not of Law in the Congress in which the Government is urged to increase security in rural Spain during the pandemic, reinforcing members of the Civil Guard, especially in the municipalities that lack Local Police, with a professional incentive plan and
economic for agents who want to provide their services in rural areas.

In the explanatory memorandum, it is pointed out that the reinforcement in the municipalities would serve on the one hand so that the agents could observe compliance with the regulations of the different phases of the de-escalation, to monitor the areas in the face of the increase in thefts of machinery, crops and animals that farmers who are producing during the pandemic denounce and, also, to promote rural tourism for people who will look for quiet and safe areas to spend their next summer holidays.


In any case, the initiative highlights that it is necessary to highlight the value that the Civil Guard brings to rural areas and the need to maintain an adequate territorial deployment that is sensitive to all demands and that guarantees equal opportunities and rights anywhere. Of the territory.

Therefore, among the measures proposed in the proposal, signed by the GPP spokesperson, Cayetana Álvarez de Toledo, the deputy spokesperson Carlos Rojas, the spokespersons for the Interior and Agriculture, Ana Belén Vázquez and Milagros Marcos, and the deputies Celso Delgado and Carmen Navarro, is to urgently use the vacancies of the reserve staff without destination to provide more Civil Guard agents to Rural Spain, as well as incentives for agents who want to leave for positions currently in low demand in rural areas.

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