Union CCOO have filed an urgent complaint with the courts to prevent the destructions of thousands of documents currently underway in Madrid townhall.
The townhall has told reporters that this is just routine clearing of old documents “a perfectly normal and logical process that all public entities and corporations do every so often to make space”.
However, the CCOO says that “since 1977 townhall workers have never seen such a thorough and full destruction of documents” and added that it would be more logical for the expected new administration to decide which documents to keep.
ÚLTIMA HORA: Bolsas llenas de documentos triturados por la noche dentro del Ayto. de Madrid http://t.co/7jp2mHObeY pic.twitter.com/pHgpqTTneO
— Confidencial Digital (@ecd_) May 28, 2015
The townhall of Madrid has been run for the last two decades by the PP, but looks set to fall to a Podemos linked coalition.
Pues sí que van en serio los del ayuntamiento de Madrid a la hora de destruir documentos… pic.twitter.com/wssEub0Qhx
— Yogulado Oliginal (@Supertramp9713) May 28, 2015