The Community of Madrid agrees with six city councils the creation of a common database of de facto unions of Madrid

The Community of Madrid has agreed with six city councils in the region to create a common database with the information of the people registered in the Autonomous Registry of de facto unions. In addition, it will also include those who are in others of municipal competence. General plan of the meeting table
March 24

The Minister of the Presidency, Justice and the Interior, Enrique López, has signed today, at the Royal Post Office, the corresponding collaboration agreements with representatives of the town halls of Móstoles, Las Rozas de Madrid, Alcalá de Henares, Alcobendas, Torrelaguna and Mejorada of the Field.

López thanked the "good disposition" of the Government teams of these municipalities and explained that "the purpose of this reciprocal exchange of data is to avoid cases of double registration in different Registries of de facto unions, to keep the information of the latter updated and avoid possible fraud.

This collaboration between the regional Administration and the local corporations does not entail obligations or economic considerations, since the computer application will be used to generate the common database. Rest already existing, managed by the Registry of de facto unions of the Community of Madrid with the technical support of the Madrid Digital Agency. The exchange of information will be carried out through the Data Brokerage Platform of the General State Administration.

Through these agreements, plus future ones that the Community of Madrid may sign with other municipalities, the regional Executive complies with the Law on autonomous de facto unions.