The Algarve Regional Directorate for Mobility and Transport, in Faro, joined ten new technical assistants in March, but Deputy Paulo Sá (PCP) once again demanded the need for more employees.
A Communist party, which includes the deputy elected by the Algarve, visited the public institute based in the Algarve capital at a time when ten new technical assistants had already been integrated in the scope of the Special Program for Preliminary Bonding in Public Administration (PREVPAP). and with the integration perspective of another one, in early May. At that time, the prospect of hiring a top technician was also expected in mid-May.
This reinforcement of human resources "only sinned because it was very late," said Paulo Sá, in a request sent to the Minister of Infrastructures and Housing, Pedro Nuno Santos, in the face of serious service problems that caused long queues.
"The Algarve Regional Directorate for Mobility and Transport still has a shortage of personnel, namely two lawyers and two driving examiners," said the Communist deputy.
According to information provided to the PCP, the need for more human resources, in addition to these, is being evaluated and should be completed by the end of next July.
Paulo Sá understands that this public service, "like all others, must be endowed with an adequate number of workers, which guarantees its normal functioning and the complete fulfillment of its mission".
In the request, the deputy of the PCP also addressed the maintenance and rehabilitation works in the facilities of the regional directorate, questioning the ruler whether they will be made and when they will be completed.