The Union ESK has reported new irregularities in the Public Employment Offer (OPE) from Provincial Council of Bizkaia for square of vet and will present evidence of this before the Court of Instruction number 6 of Bizkaia.
The union has asked the provincial institution to paralyze the final award of places in that specialty, until what happened in the examinations of the same is clarified.
According to the evidence that the union has made available to the prosecution, everything seems to indicate that there was a concerted action by several high-ranking officials of the provincial institution for which an interim official of the same benefited.
This central has denounced that the answer given as good in the first practical test to access three regional Veterinary positions does not coincide with the OPE regulations published by the Provincial Council and also made reference to a really existing livestock farm in Bizkaia.
As reported by ESK in a note, “the practical exercise of this specialty was convened for the past November 30, 2020. Weeks before it, on October 29 of the same year, someone accessed the farm register animals managed by the county council and in the same it resolved questions related to the aforementioned first practical test. This performance was recorded in the application SITRAN MAPA, database dependent on the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. Actions on the file of the livestock farm object of the practical test they were eliminated on November 25, 2020, a few days before the celebration of the test “.
ESK, although it does not know who was the person who accessed these data, but points out that “what is beyond any doubt is that the same access had to be done by someone with access to it, that is, an official of the Provincial Council of Bizkaia “. In the same way, they point out that “it is beyond any doubt that the only acting official of this institution who participated in the selection process is the only person who passed this test.”
This anomaly, in addition, as ESK has observed, meets the same pattern as others such as the recent opposition of Osakidetza, in addition to appreciating “little rigor” in the preparation and establishment of criteria of the evidence whose courts, it denounces, are mainly composed of by officials.
He also notes that there is evidence that an official who was not a member of the court, participated both in the writing and correction of this test, a fact that the union calls “absolutely irregular”.
Regarding the Public Offer of Employment of the Provincial Council, according to ESK “it is clear that the model is not well defined.”
Lastly, the central recalled that this is not the first complaint that it has made of this particular irregularity, since it already presented a letter on September 22 at the Provincial Prosecutor’s Office of Bizkaia for these events.
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