The secretary general of the Popular Party, Teodoro García Egea, has asked this Saturday in Ibiza for explanations to the first vice president of the Government, Carmen Calvo, about the case of minors supervised in Mallorca and sexually exploited.
Speaking to the media, García Egea has lamented that Calvo will put on a “feminist” bond on March 8, “but today he will quietly compose himself” with the president of the Balearic Government, Francina Armengol, and with the Minister of Social Affairs , Fina Santiago, “while a lot of girls are being destroyed in the Balearic Islands”.
The secretary general of the PP has demanded that both Minister Fina Santiago and Vice President Carmen Calvo assume the “responsibilities” of a case that she has described as “especially serious”, which affects supervised minors.
For García Egea, these supervised children are being “robbed of the future” in centers “that are not being properly managed” by the Balearic president.
Along these lines, he has criticized that neither Armengol nor Santiago are doing “absolutely nothing” to protect the future of minors, so he has asked for the “immediate resignation” of the Balearic Minister and “responsibilities” to Armengol.
García has pointed out that the new cases that have come to public light demonstrate the “inability of Mrs. Armengol to protect some girls who had been welcomed hoping to have a future and hope, that the administration would provide them with means to move forward, and they are seeing how they are destroying their dreams and their life. ”
García Egea has visited on Saturday the port of Sant Miquel, one of the areas affected by the storm Gloria, and has announced that the PP has presented an initiative in Congress to request the declaration of a zone seriously affected by an emergency.