The Supreme certifies the nullity of the appointment of Kuttenkeuler in the Auditory Foundation - La Provincia


The Contentious-Administrative Chamber, First section of the Supreme Court has dismissed the appeal filed by the Auditorium and Theater Foundation of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria against a judgment of January 17, 2019 of the Superior Court of Justice of the Canary Islands (TSJC), which annulled the appointment of Tilman Kuttenkeuler how managing Director of the aforementioned Foundation.

According to the Supreme Court, "in the preparation document they have not been sufficiently substantiated, with singular reference to the case, that some or some of the assumptions that allow us to appreciate the objective cassation interest and the desirability of a ruling of the Contentious Chamber concur- Administrative of the Supreme Court ".

There is no recourse against this ruling, and payment of the procedural costs is imposed on the appellant.

The appointment of Kuttenkeuler He was taken to court at the request of the former manager of the Cuyás Theater, Juan Marquez, and as argued in the judgment of the Administrative Litigation Court number 3 of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, which was also appealed by the Foundation, "alleging lack of motivation, violation of the procedure and the principles of equality, non-discrimination and transparency ".

Márquez argued his appeal, in "the absence of motivation in the resolution issued, because there are no valuation reports, or transcript of the interviews made to the applicants, or justification or explanation of the reasons why the offer or candidacy was prevailed of the person finally chosen. "

Tilman Kuttenkeuler (Munich, 1969) was appointed general director of the Theater Auditorium Foundation in February 2016. The Board of Trustees unanimously appointed Kuttenkeuler, among 16 applicants by contest, to relieve Luis Acosta in the general direction, whose labor contract expired in January of that year after being notified of his dismissal in October 2015, after 15 years in office.

"The chosen candidate has a perfect knowledge of the cultural landscape of the Canary Islands, and of Gran Canaria in particular, in addition to treasuring a large curriculum as a manager of cultural spaces for almost 20 years," said the Councilor for Culture, Encarna Galván, after revealing the name of the new CEO.

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