The president of the INDER in Cuba, Antonio Becalli, is dismissed
An official note published on Wednesday night in the Granma newspaper reports the dismissal of Antonio Becalli Garrido as president of the National Institute of Sports, Physical Education and Recreation (INDER).
The text indicates that the decision was made "in response to deficiencies faced in their work".
As is usual in these cases, they do not mention the "deficiencies", although noting the recent actions of the Cuban athletic movement in international multi-sport events and the deteriorated work done in the base, it would not be very cumbersome to list some of them.
Osvaldo Caridad Vento Montiller, who served as vice president of the organization and attended the teaching part, said the statement said in its place.
Montiller has a degree in Education, specializing in Physical Education and has more than 20 years of work at Inder, 18 of them as vice president, he exposes the note.
Despite all the problems and shortcomings of the Inder, the change does not stop attracting attention, as there was no signal to alert the phenomenon. In addition, it happens only a few months after the Pan-American Games in Lima-2019, where Cuba wishes to overcome the Toronto-2015 performance, always thinking of recovering the second historic place.
Apparently, the debacle of the regional appointment Barranquilla-2018 was a blow too strong for Becalli managed to remain at the forefront of the sports entity.
Below, we reproduce the official note published in the Granma newspaper:
Official note: The Council of State agreed to demote the position of president of the Inder, comrade Antonio Becali
The Council of State, on the proposal of its President, agreed to demote the position of president of the National Institute of Sports, Physical Education and Recreation (INDER), to comrade Antonio Eduardo Becali Garrido, attending to deficiencies faced in his work.
To occupy this responsibility was appointed Comrade Osvaldo Caridad Vento Montiller, current vice president of that organization.
Comrade Vento Montiller holds a degree in Education, specializing in Physical Education. Within the INDER system he has held different responsibilities over more than 20 years, 18 of them as Vice President.