Veraguas Governor Manuel Castillo said that upon his arrival as the first provincial authority, the first thing he did was recover more than 100 vehicles.
Expensive state-owned vehicles from various institutions and relatively new are found abandoned and in apparent decline in Veraguas.
Most of them are due to damage to low-cost parts, but these go months and years without repair.
Veraguas Governor Manuel Castillo said that upon his arrival as the first provincial authority, the first thing he did was recover more than 100 state vehicles.
These cars were stopped due to some breakdown in different institutions, but it was necessary to put them to work.
Castillo explained that he would again ask the directors of government institutions for a report on the number of vehicles that are not used due to minor damage and that are abandoned.
The aim is to try to employ them considering the need of some government entities who lack vehicles to do better work and this could be a solution.
The cars that have been abandoned due to damage are mostly recoverable and are virtually new, Governor Castillo said, indicating that more than 100 vehicles that had already been repaired when they arrived at the governor’s office , working normally.
The facilities of the Ministry of Animal Health and Health (Minsa) in central Santiago, the Ministry of Agricultural Development (Mida), the Agricultural Insurance Institute (ISA), MiAmbiente, the National Land Title Authority (ANTI), are the places where these relatively new vehicles are located, in the province of Veraguas. can be seen in the open and in apparent decline.
The governor of Veraguanes was also asked about the misuse of state vehicles that are seen on weekends on private farms, others going in and out of brothels.
In this regard, he remarked that it is necessary that when these are seen in those places, a formal complaint is made, but he did not say where to go.