The Socialist Group in the city of Piélagos insisted yesterday the "illegality" of the network video surveillance cameras installed by the government in the most sensitive points of the city after finding that, to date. "there is no record in any municipal the Consistory in which placement is warranted, viewing and control. "
As explained yesterday socialist councilor Maria Jesus Martin, his group, who had denounced the alleged illegality of video surveillance cameras and made a motion to respect that then retired, has been interested these days to know the legal status of such a facility and has concluded that the record prescriptive about the City Council be prepared Piélagos said simply "no."
In his quest, Martin has known the existence of a technical report by a municipal "in which only realizes and the location and pattern of the cameras installed." Also, the socialist mayor has found "a request to the State Agency for Data Protection dates from December 1" and in which the City Council of this organization asks for permission to implement the system. But "nothing," says Martin, who says that "even know that the local police is in charge of watching the surveillance cameras" and recalls the two installed devices focusing on the beaches of Canallave and Valdearenas "are installed on properties non-municipal, one on an ice cream parlor and one in a bar-restaurant. "
Based on the foregoing, the Socialist Group, which yesterday held a meeting to discuss this and other matters related to municipal currently has about decided to take "legal measures contained in the Basic Law" and attempt to present the motion for submission to the full "as soon as possible."