| Councilman Antonio Benito affirms that "the popular people are quicker to announce complaints than to demonstrate that everything the process has been transparent and legitimate ", and warns that" the constant interruptions are the result of scandalous nervousness "| The Municipal Socialist Group has participated today in the Special Commission for Contract Surveillance, where the Parks and Gardens contract has been discussed to study the alleged irregularities that have motivated the PSOE to go to the prosecutor.
However, the meeting was "sabotage, the PP councilors and specifically the person in charge of Parks and Gardens, José Guillén, have dedicated themselves to boycotting my questions, either because, according to him, they were not on the agenda, either because the technician did not know the information while on vacation or because the process was judicialized, "said socialist councilor Antonio Benito, who noted" scandalous nervousness during a meeting that was too rough.
" "We have not clarified anything, the logical thing is that if they are going to file complaints against members of the PSOE for seeing indications of an alleged illegal financing of their electoral campaign, it is that they tried to demonstrate with documents and with convincing arguments that this has not been the case, but They have dedicated themselves to interrupting me and preventing me from fulfilling my right to inform myself, "said Benito, who has participated in the Commission along with the spokesman, José Antonio Serrano and councilmen Juan Vicente Larrosa and Andrés Guerrero.
He added that "the popular ones are quicker to announce complaints than to demonstrate that the entire process has been transparent and legitimate." He has also shown his disappointment with the "low political level that Guillen and his partner Rebeca Pérez have had, flaunting a studied cynicism, in which they have accused me of disrespect just for asking, also with a phrase they spoke of absolute transparency and with another they shouted that this was not on the agenda.
If, in truth, there was a clear interest in clearing up doubts, they would not have used excuses of a bad payer ". In the same sense, he stated that "the popular strategy of confusing and muddying will not intimidate us, we will continue to request information, demanding commissions and asking as many times as necessary because we not only have the right but also responsibility as public representatives." Finally, both Serrano and Benito have responded to Guillén regarding his complaint, to which he has alluded on numerous occasions, that "fear, none."
Source: PSOE Murcia