He municipal plenary session of A Coruña unanimously supported an institutional statement on the Fuenlabrada case, in which, among other statements, it requests the resignation or cessation of the president of the Higher Sports Council (CSD), Irene lozano, and that your agency, at the request of the state government, declare the disabling Javier Tebas, president of LaLiga (LFP). The opposition supported the statement but criticized its way of promoting it by the local Executive and the attitude of the Pedro Sánchez government for "whitewashing" the actions of the LFP and the CSD with Deportivo. A few days ago the PP and Atlantic Marea rejected the initial proposal of the declaration, but rectifications by the PSOE motivated their change of opinion and final support.
The statement, read by the mayor, Inés Rey, states the support for all the measures adopted by Deportivo and shows its solidarity with the captain, Alex Bergantiños; rejects the "hostile attitude shown by the LFP" and urges the CSD to disqualify its president, Javier Tebas. He considers it "essential" that the president of the CSD present her resignation "for reward teams that failed to comply with "sports and health regulations with the support of a league of 22 teams in the second division, with the exclusion of Deportivo. And it demands the delegate of the Government in Galicia -and former mayor of A Coruña-, Javier Losada, to rectify his statements for defending the CSD's position of not defending the A Coruña club after the damage suffered by the city and Deportivo with the visit of Fuenlabrada with a Covid outbreak on their staff.
Rey added that The Council will send the Madrid Prosecutor's Office all documentation that it has regarding the Fuenlabrada case to reinforce the investigation into the actions and decisions taken by Tebas.