The socialist spokesman, José Antonio Serrano, considers Ballesta and Mario Gómez responsible for "this disastrous scandal" by "opening the doors of power in the City Council wide open to the extreme right. It will take more than flowers to cover this blush"
The spokesman of the Municipal Socialist Group, José Antonio Serrano, said today at a press conference that "we are witnessing a shameful episode of trading cards, playing with the quality of life of citizens, thousands of Murcia and Murcia, who live in districts "with this" pact of shame and infamy between PP, Cs and Vox so that the ultra-rightist formation presides over six municipal boards of six towns where 30,000 neighbors live.
For Serrano, who has been accompanied by councilwoman Ainhoa â€‹â€‹Sánchez, "the districts are not a market or their neighbors are merchandise with which to swap power. It is an aberration and a lack of respect never seen in our democracy," and has spoken of 'give away' municipal meetings.
"After taking five months without constituting them, to skip the Plenary agreement to have them in motion on October 31, they negotiate an opaque and unworthy pact and then call off some of those meetings without any explanation. This is a circus."
He has also referred to the members of the PP who are resigning because they do not want this pact "artificial and imposed with despotism, the same that he likes on the right and the extreme right to govern."
"Of course, this party and Cs are taking democracy as the pito of the serene," he added.
Likewise, he has indicated as responsible "for this disastrous scandal to Ballesta and Mario Gómez, who have opened the door of power in the City Hall to an ultra-right-wing party", and insisted that "personally, I am extremely disappointed with Ballesta, because someone who has been the head of the University of Murcia, who has been an advisor to the regional government and who is the mayor of the seventh municipality of Spain cannot ruin that aura that he presumes so much. it will take more than flowers to cover this authentic blush. "
The socialist spokesman has also warned that "from everything seen, from the Municipal Socialist Group we believe that what is happening in Murcia, on our land, should be an exception, the example of what should not happen anywhere. that today voting to the right is empowering the extreme right. "
Finally, he referred to the accusations made by Vox that the PSOE was inciting violence.
He said that "the only party that incites violence is the one that goes against the integrity of people, against women, for their machismo, for denying gender violence, for being homophobic and xenophobic."
"And this party, with only one vowel in the meetings that it will preside, is the one that will make decisions that will affect our neighbors.
Source: PSOE Murcia