A trip to Japan has been the trigger for José Carlos Martínez, director of the National Dance Company, and ten dancers of the same have been recorded. The members of the formation arrived yesterday at Madrid from Tokyo. From the National Institute of Performing Arts and Music (Inaem) this newspaper was assured that "we have not had knowledge of this performance in Japan. In addition, in Public Administrations the compatibility permits had not been processed ", and it is added that" the first thing is to gather all the information and know firsthand what the responsibilities are ". These same sources assure that they do not know if both Martinez and the ten registered dancers have already been informed of the situation. "We do not know what the sanctions may be, it will depend on the seriousness of the actions. Once the informative dossier is finished, the liability requirements can be derived in the legal terms foreseen, "apostille from Inaem.
This dossier will address the use of the company name in the form of a logo in the 30th edition of the Saporo Art Park Ballet Seminar, in Japan, on February 2. Previously, the union UGT has reported that, according to a statement that "in the work calendar of the CDN does not appear any review of this displacement. The attached address, the management of the National Dance Company, SPRL and Inaem is not aware of this tour to Japan, so there is no Inaem contract with the company or Japanese Festival. This means that the Inaem is not participating in this tour so the corresponding diets have not been paid, nor the payment for compensation for working on Saturdays and Sundays, travel insurance contracts, etc., but the salaries for the workers called they appear in their work calendar, the days summoned from January 26 to February 4, as work and rest in headquarters ". It is added, in addition, that "We will investigate the personal artistic activity that the artistic director of the company has carried out on behalf of the CND during the years that he has worked as such".