• The PP will carry out a round of visits to warn of the "open wound" that the management of training by the Board has left in the Training Consortium Schools

• They reproach Carnero for his "political cynicism" for blaming the PP for the paralysis of the formation "when it was Díaz who decreed the strike"

The spokesperson for Employment of the Popular Group in the Andalusian Parliament, Teresa Ruiz Sillero, today urged the President of the Regional Government, Susana Díaz, and the Minister of Employment, Javier Carnero, to visit the Training Schools-Consortiums for Employment which remain closed and inactive due to the "aftermath" of the fraud of the training funds in the Junta de Andalucía.

Ruiz Sillero recalled that there is still an "open wound" in the community, seriously detrimental to the Andalusian unemployed, since, to date, we have been without Workshop Schools for six years, and five Training Consortiums -three of they liquidated by Susana Díaz-; in addition to another four that are partially closed.

"I invite the president of the Board, who today has traveled to Encinas Reales to visit the School of Wood, to also make a round of visits to the rest of the Consortiums that continue to go through a delicate situation as a result of their terrible management" , said the popular deputy, who announced that the PP will go to the Training Consortium Schools that continue to be totally or partially closed.

In this sense, he recalled that the "panic of Susana Díaz that the magnitude of the fraud could affect her politically, led the president of the Junta to bolt training for employment in Andalusia."

“Díaz liquidated the Consortia of CTI San Fernando, Formades in Almonte (Huelva); and Forman in Malaga; and the Consortiums of CIO Mijas (Malaga) and Islantilla (Huelva) continue to wait for the Board to fulfill its promise to reopen since 2014”. In the case of Islantilla, he pointed out, the counselor has recognized that the Consortium "is pending some improvement works, without knowing what they are nor is there a time horizon for undertaking them."

In addition, "all the Hospitality Schools are partially closed, since their restaurants have no activity or opening date." This is the case of La Cónsula and Benalmádena in Málaga, and of the Hospitality Schools of Cádiz and Baeza (Jaén). Baeza also keeps the Hotel and Spa facilities closed "in a municipality that is a focus of tourist attraction, with the consequent loss of employment opportunities."

“Díaz continues without providing solutions to the Training Consortiums. The president of the Board should dedicate herself more to being in those consortiums that have problems, instead of taking electoral photos, ”she continued.

This morning Ruiz Sillero and the people's deputy Miguel Ángel Torrico have reminded the Minister of Employment in the framework of a parliamentary appearance that Andalusia "has been six years without the implementation of Workshop Schools and Employment Workshops", and that the resolution of the calls "already accumulate ten months of delay."

For the popular, the response of the counselor, who has blamed the situation on the PP for denouncing the fraud, is "a sample of political cynicism, the lack of self-criticism and the null will to definitively take the reins of training policies in Andalusia so that these are a true impulse for Employment and a revulsive for the situation of the Andalusian unemployed”.