Kristianstad does not want to talk about social dumping with Patric Åberg (M)
Radovan Javurek (L) has written to Patric Åberg (M) that he does not want to be a tool in Östra Göinge's internal strife.
The political leadership and officials in Östra Göinge accused Kristianstad commune of so-called "social dumping" in autumn. That is, the commune helped people by assigning them to housing in Broby hospital.
But the Head of Administration, Merete Tillman, and the Chairman of the Work and the Welfare Committee, Radovan Javurek, have written that it certainly is not right. They have written to those who are responsible in Östra Göinge.
The Chairman of the Municipal Executive Committee, Patric Åberg (M), responded by inviting them to have a dialogue about the issue, that is, how to assign people who receive financial assistance to other communes.
The meeting would have taken place in late January. But now Kristianstad has changed its mind. They do not want to attend the meeting.
In a letter to Patric Åberg, Radovan Javurek (L) explains:
“We have noticed that in the Municipal Executive Committee in Östra Göinge, there is deep political disagreement over the question raised. The Work and Welfare Board sees a complication in that, through continued discussion, we become your tool in your internal political disputes. We therefore kindly decline the invitation and refer to our first reply in this exchange of letters.”
He also writes that he hopes that the communes will cooperate in other areas.