The Junta de Castilla y León has reappointed staff by hand, specifically nine more people, as published in the Bocyl. The matter was discussed last Thursday in the Governing Council, although it was included in an extraordinary point, which prevented the media from noticing it at the subsequent press conference.
The president, Alfonso Fernández Mañueco, has given temporary positions to the photographer Francisco Javier de las Heras, a regular in the photographic services contracted by the Junta de Castilla y León, to the former adviser to Ana Botella when she became mayor of Madrid and former member of the Advisory Council for the 40th anniversary of the 1978 Constitution in the Congress of Deputies, Jaime Morate Martin, to the former head of Protocol in the Cortes of Castilla y León until the arrival of Vox, Vicente Díez Llamas, to the former head of the Presidency Cabinet and former head of Cabinet of the President of the Cortes with Ángel Ibáñez, and former chief of protocol of the Burgos City Council with Javier Lacalle, Jennifer Zamorano Gutiérrez, and Raquel Muñoz Díaz.
In the Ministry of the Presidency, now directed by Jesús Julio Carnero, Cristina Zamorano Fernández, the journalist with experience in Cope and esRadio, Antonio José Candel Cano, the experienced politician Arenales Serrano, councilor of the Valladolid City Council between 1991 and 1999; spokesman in the Cortes of Castilla y León (1999-2003); president of the Presidency Commission (2003-2007) and vice president of the Economy Commission (2007-2011), as well as a senator between 2008 and 2019, when she lost her seat and was relocated as a regular talk show host on some televisions; the nephew of the former vice president and former director Tomás Villanueva, David Villanueva Valentín Gamazo, and the journalist, Alberto Manuel Fernández Barderas. who is the son of the former counselor and former president of the Cortes, José Manuel Fernández Santiago.
The Bulletin also includes, although it was already known, the appointment of the vice president and manager of the Public Employment Service of Castilla y León, Javier Moreno Espeja.