Sunday, July 3

The dean of the BCN social graduate school denounced for spending 13,854 euros on a trip to Cuba

  • Dean Carlos Berruezo and Vice Dean Julio Amador traveled with their wives for a week to the Caribbean island to officially attend a congress

  • A group of 10 critical members accuse the management team of despotism, discretion and ideological persecution; while they await judicial sentence

A group of vowels from College of Social Graduates of Barcelona, ​​Girona and Lleida have publicly denounced the dean of the entity for spending 13.854 euros on a week-long trip to Cuba in 2019. The displacement took place from March 18 to 24, 2019, in which the dean Carlos Berruezo and the vice dean Julio AmadorPresumably with his partners, he was paid for by the coffers of the professional association and did not have the prior authorization of the board of directors of the institution, as stated in a court ruling. Officially the trip was justified to attend a congress on labor issues. The Col·legi de Graduats Socials has about 1,400 members and, formally, it is compulsory to practice membership.

Two members, Montse Cerqueda and Josep Canal, have appeared publicly this Monday to account for the irregularities, awaiting trial for a complaint before the administrative dispute filed in August 2020. The complainants are vocal members of the school’s board of directors. professional and accuse Berruezo of acting with despotism, discretion and ideological persecution. That is why they have sued the courts to challenge the accounts of the college in the years 2017 to 2020 and that their acts be declared null and void.

After expressing his critical opinion together with the alleged irregularities of the trip, Berruezo denounced them for insults and slander before the courts. As stated in the sentence that the defendants have made public, on November 10, the magistrate filed the complaint. And in his car he leaves a severe corrective against the dean: “Of course, the high amount well deserves that the people who are part of the board ask for explanations from the people who have made them.”

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The complainants also accuse the dean of not complying with current regulations and keeping people with more than 12 years of seniority in office, something prohibited by law. Cerqueda and Canal have stated that all of this has been brought to the attention of the General Council of Official Associations of Social Graduates of Spain, which refused to intervene on the grounds that they were not competent, as explained by the complainants.

EL PERIÓDICO has contacted the Col·legi de Graduats Socials and is awaiting an official response to the accusations publicly presented this Monday.

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